Monthly Archives: August 2011

Fair Process: leading people in the knowledge economy

Article Synopsis: Fair process: managing in the knowledge economy Written by: W. Chan Kim and Rene√© Mauborgne The principal theme of the article is that lack of engagement with employees of an organisation is a huge, unrecognised problem. It results … Continue reading

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Visualisation – a really useful tool

Visualisation¬†methods – a useful tool and the steps to excellence. This short post is part of the build-up to the publication of the third habit “communicate visually and verbally” which covers the topic of visualisation and its applicability to taking … Continue reading

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Business intelligence for better decisions

Good business intelligence produces good decisions If the “Second habit: actively manage knowledge” resonated with you, then you will enjoy this short blog by Strat-Wise where they discuss the next level of business intelligence which Gartner calls interactive visual analytics. … Continue reading

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Sleeping on your decisions

Sleeping on your decisions An interesting blog was written by Maarten Bos and Amy Cuddy in the HBR Blog based on the story¬†that Barack Obama decided to have a nights sleep before making the decision to authorise the raid that … Continue reading

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