The earth is a finite resource. Populations grow. A 7% growth rate in anything means it doubles in 10 years. If you have a finite amount of oil, a growing population and that population increasing its demand for oil, when will we know that we are running out? These questions are tackled by Dr Albert Bartlett; lecturer at Colorado University and he provides some answers that everyone should think about.
See this short video in a significant series at U Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iANb63rrxH4&feature=related
In an excess economy attention is scarce. If you don’t get noticed you’re out. In order to thrive in this hyper competitive environment you need to get personal and become a magnet for people’s hearts and minds.Read More»
Have you experienced any of the following characters when trying to transform organisational performance? Do you feel the drag from the resistance; the energy absorbed to overcome passive or active disruption or perhaps the draining effect of various people who seem to have an inability to constructively ‘join the cause’?
Reckoned to be £73Bn in 2011, and much higher than previous years. Due, it is felt, to better reporting, perhaps we are starting to see just how big a problem we have even here in the UK.
The report can be found at:
When we engage people to deliver for the organisation, what is it that we are looking for from them?Read More»
This was taken from an article by Paul Schoemaker, who is founder and Chairman, Decision Strategies Intl. He is also Research Director, Mack Centre for Technological Innovation at Wharton, where he teaches strategic decision-making.
You’re the boss, but you still spend too much time on the day-to-day. Here’s how to become the strategic leader your company needs.
In the beginning, there was just you and your partners. You did every job. You coded, you met with investors, you emptied the trash and phoned in the midnight pizza. Now you have others to do all that and it’s time for you to “be strategic.”