Browsing Month May, 2011

Managing Outcome V’s Activity

May 31st, 2011 // 8:17 am @

Does this sound like a business you know? Frantically busy managers, complaining they are over worked. Managers complaining that they have to do everything themselves Staff who look disinterested in the company and their jobs. Key things not getting done, with a sense of disorganization. Well, if this reminds you of a company you know […]

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Category : Blog &Leadership

Why don’t People do what I told them too?

May 21st, 2011 // 7:47 pm @

I was working with the owner of a company recently who bemoaned to me “I told my staff what to do, why are they not doing it?” It is a common managerial issue across all kinds of organizations that managers tell their staff what to do, and staff don’t do it. This often leads managers […]

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Category : Blog &Leadership

When Business Value is more than Business Value

May 21st, 2011 // 2:09 pm @

The massive share price valuations for companies that are perceived to be in the right “Space” are back, we are into another bubble for prices of these stocks. Eleven years it was almost anything on the Internet, and at the time I was deeply involved with Stepstone.com as it floated for hundreds of times it’s […]

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Category : Blog &The Future

“May you live in interesting times”

May 1st, 2011 // 6:20 pm @

This is supposed to be an old Chinese curse, whether it originated in china or not is unclear, but what is important is that it was a curse. “Interesting times” were ones of profound change, and therefore dangerous. We live in “Interesting times” and the latest incarnation of those times, is the change in the […]

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Category : Blog &Other Thoughts

How a lack of strategy impacts staff

May 1st, 2011 // 5:00 pm @

Most employees in most companies spend a great deal of time moaning about the company that they choose to spend 35 hours a week at? And senior managers spend an equal amount of time complaining about the staff they choose to pay many thousands of dollars a month too. Seems odd? Too often the root […]

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Category : Blog &Leadership

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