Monthly Archives: July 2011

Phone Hacking and Pay-for-Performance

It’s been niggling away at me since I started to see all of the news coverage of the despicable phone hacking episode at the now-defunct News of the World paper in the UK: where does pay-for-performance come into the picture? … Continue reading

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Getting Good Ideas: The Five Ws

There is typically no shortage of good ideas that can be generated in an organization but without a bit of structure and process, they can be problematic. People might wander off on tangents from the core purpose of the brainstorming … Continue reading

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Mid-year: Strategic Plans and Building Budgets

Like many organizations, you’re probably gearing up for the budget-build exercise for 2012. Seem early? Maybe, maybe not. There is typically a kind of approach that goes something like: first-cut bottom-up first-cut top-down second-cut bottom-up second-cut top-down What does this … Continue reading

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