- @SimonHeath1 Interesting. Say more... @MervynDinnen @dds180 @NZLEAD 43 minutes ago
- Goodbye to #Ulrich linkedin.com/today/post/art… Succinct critique of model-obsession by @dds180 44 minutes ago
- @MervynDinnen @dds180 @NZLEAD Friend of mine in PR reckons they're just as bad. 50 minutes ago
- @dds180 @MervynDinnen @NZLEAD I've been on the case at times too. flipchartfairytales.wordpress.com/2007/11/07/wha… 52 minutes ago
- @MervynDinnen @NZLEAD @dds180 There's a book here. HR: The profession that refused to die. 58 minutes ago
- HR is dead: nzlead.com/hr-is-dead-so-… > Has anyone ever collated all the 'death of HR' articles over the years? Via @NZLEAD 1 hour ago
- Conflicts damaging economies in E Europe and E Med bit.ly/1sqy2bJ says @EBRD HT @ebrdcharles 1 hour ago
- RT @ebrdcharles: European ‘peace dividend’ under pressure from geopolitical risks: on.ft.com/1wqYZQz #FT>@ebrd study prominent in toda… 1 hour ago
- RT @CarbonZeroR: NASA: Aug 14 was the warmest August ever measured globally. (Records begin in 1880) data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/tabled… http://t.co/0tH… 1 hour ago
- RT @tonywilsonCESI: Great blog from our @PaulBivandCESI, how we've hit 'record' employment due to pensions reform. The forgotten reform? ht… 9 hours ago
- RT @politico: Barack Obama weighs in on Scotland vote: politi.co/1u9zn8W 9 hours ago
- ICYMI: Breaking up the UK - everyone's a loser wp.me/p3uYA-2aj 9 hours ago
- Breaking up the UK – everyone’s a loser
- The brutal maths of public spending
- Who saw the crash coming?
- Are we really about to split up our country?
- The Old Rectory Syndrome
- Can UKIP scale up?
- The spirit of the age
- Why is the gender pay gap higher for management jobs?
- The self-employment earnings timebomb
- Britain’s management problem
- Italian tragedy
- Economy in ‘wait and see’ mode
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Monthly Archives: July 2007
Earlier this month I wrote about a friend of mine checking the Facebook entries of prospective graduate trainees. It appears that this practice is more common than I realised. Recruitment firm Joslin Rowe surveyed 53 companies and found that 20% of … Continue reading
Here’s something that occurred to me today. Motivational speakers are a bit like diet books. If they really worked, you’d only need to see one, then you’d be sorted for the rest of your life. There are hundreds of motivational … Continue reading
In an earlier post I discussed the work dress-code nightmare. One management consultant has become so distressed by the arrival of a new boss who insists on dressing down that he has written to Lucy Kellaway’s problem page. It’s not just … Continue reading
Going by some of the comments about consultants in previous threads, the Corporate Whore can expect little sympathy from some of this blog’s readers. That said, his blog is entertaining and well-written. It also reminds me of the happy years I spent … Continue reading
As Edgar Schein told us in 1985 , leaders embed culture in organisations by their actions. In other words, people look at what leaders do and what they reward, rather than what they say, and behave accordingly. It has become a hackneyed cliche … Continue reading
Following on from yesterday’s post, Bob Sutton has come up with an Arsehole Test to go with his new book You answer True or False to statements like: You secretly enjoy watching other people suffer and squirm. You believe that … Continue reading
When someone in academia says what I’ve been saying for years and turns it into a “breakthrough idea”, I feel partly vindicated but also a bit hacked off that I didn’t think of writing the article and marketing the idea … Continue reading