- @Gilesyb @shashj @guardian Sierra Leone? theguardian.com/world/2010/apr… 18 minutes ago
- RT @acasorguk: The conversation on #productivity continues with a new blog from @ukces twitter.com/ukces/status/6… 21 minutes ago
- RT @PeopleMgt: ‘Prioritise workforce skills’ to tackle productivity puzzle, urges @CIPD in report launched today #HRnews http://t.co/wuWE3z… 21 minutes ago
- RT @CIPD: Is better people management missing piece in #productivitypuzzle? Our report shows clear link ow.ly/P4uZp http://t.co/… 22 minutes ago
- RT @CIPD: Our new report finds third of orgs have no #productivity measures in place #productivitypuzzle ow.ly/P5hGA http://t.co… 23 minutes ago
- @TimScottHR @dds180 Follow up coming tomorrow. 3 hours ago
- @TimScottHR I never saw this. It was on at a time when I didn't watch much telly. @dds180 @kevwyke 3 hours ago
- Blogged: There's a bit about Fastow's hero-to-zero story I still don't get wp.me/p3uYA-2oo 3 hours ago
- @LonerganRoy @StrongerInNos Thanks for these. 8 hours ago
- RT @ValaAfshar: When American VCs pay, European startups grow faster on.wsj.com/1NyG7XO http://t.co/vNnBnYVqb3 9 hours ago
- There’s a bit about Fastow’s hero-to-zero story I still don’t get flipchartfairytales.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/the… http://t.co/UZdenp2yBY 9 hours ago
- RT @colinwiles: London is too small - 1965 boundaries unfit for purpose, argues @AndrewBoff Quite right. conservativehome.com/localgovernmen… 11 hours ago
- There’s a bit about Fastow’s hero-to-zero story I still don’t get
- The rise or fall of management
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Monthly Archives: August 2008
The media are getting into a froth about the fake sick-notes being sold on the internet for £25. “Employers could possibly lose thousands each year,” screams an unnamed DWP spokeswoman quoted in the Telegraph. But no one has asked the obvious question: … Continue reading
Another of those annoying I-told-you-so posts. The Observer reported at the weekend that, despite the economic downturn, the mass exodus of East European workers from the UK has created a labour shortage. [E]mployers can no longer depend on a steady supply of relatively … Continue reading
My good friend Robin Stuart-Kotze wrote to me at the weekend from deepest rural Ireland, pointing me to this recent McKinsey article and reflecting on ‘The Demotion of HR': Contrary to the speeches and articles coming out of the HR community about why they should … Continue reading
There will be a few management consultants working on government projects thinking, “There but for the grace of God” this morning. Earlier this week, someone from PA Consulting apparently lost a memory stick containing the names, addresses and dates of birth of … Continue reading
Recently, I have had a number of discussions with managers on whether the credit crunch and the predicted economic downturn will see employers adopting a No-More-Mr-Nice-Guy stance, and binning the so-called employee friendly initiatives that have taken shape over the last ten … Continue reading
There was a lot of fuss last week when the Policy Exchange produced a report highlighting the failure of initiatives to regenerate old industrial cities in Britain’s provinces. It claimed that many of the old single-industry towns had lost their raison … Continue reading