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 Reneé 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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