Category Archives: Strategy
Formal v. Informal Relationship Structures
John Hagel III and John Seely Brown have an excellent post which as usual covers a wide range of perspectives and insights. While some of the points are more strategically orientated, operationally, there is some really useful stuff too. The … Continue reading
Better Relationships leads to Better Performance
No surprises really, but McKinsey is waving the data carrot. In their own words; A new class of company is emerging—one that uses collaborative Web 2.0 technologies intensively to connect the internal efforts of employees and to extend the organization’s … Continue reading
Enterprise 2 and Transformation
Bertrand Duperrin has a great piece on Enterprise 2 and its attempts to move from evangelism to commercial returns in 2011. This is perhaps the most compelling part of the post; Accept to say that an enterprise is, first, here … Continue reading
How can HR best help the CEO?
How can HR best help the CEO? I think that HR’s standing in the eyes of most of the current generation of CEOs is so low that any thoughts of a key strategic role is more wishful thinking than imminent … Continue reading
Video – Management Due Diligence
There’s a now a video demonstration of 4G on the Management Due Diligence page. You can see the video below, or on the Management Due Diligence page. Management Due Diligence Video Demonstration Twitter Linkedin Facebook Google Email
Ready, Aim, Fire… Business isn’t War…
Given the time and energy invested in activities such as engagement, talent development, finding ‘untapped potential’ and purpose, it’s quite surprising to see elements of business language still being dominated by military metaphors from the last century. Take, for example, … Continue reading
By giving up the quest for ROI, can HR make itself indispensible?
For too long HR has laboured under the belief that if it can somehow conjour up tangible performance figures, it’s future as a strategic influence on the organisation will be guaranteed. A recent HR Magazine article by Chris Roebuck highlights … Continue reading