Archive | August, 2006

Problems and Participation

The life of an entrepreneur is filled with problems demanding attention, and each outcome is a footprint in the future direction of your business. Do any of these problems keep you awake at night? • Raising finance for expansion; • Closing a major deal with a client; • Run-away input costs; • Launch of a […]

HR is now at the core of all businesses

During the Agarian age, your success depended upon ownership and control over the land. Farmers ruled. The Industrial Age shifted success from land to the factories and tangible assets, built on it. The meteoric rise of factory owners, businessmen and corporations followed. Today, the Information Age is disrupting the value of bricks and mortar buildings […]

The stench from workplaces

There is a stench emanating from workplaces in both the corporate and public sector. You are unlikely to read about it in the mainstream media, SENS announcements or the CEO’s report. You are unlikely hear about it at summits, industry conferences and in-house presentations. But you will experience the fallouts as a customer, employee or […]