A little while ago, there was some Gallup research, which amongst other things suggested that the corporate world is appallingly bad at capitalizing on the strengths of its people. Why would that be? Considering that for many organisations people costsRead More ›
Why don’t governments want to incentivize employers to maintain employment for people with acquired disabilities (PWAD)?
UK figures from Helen Cooke (see http://helencookedownunder.wordpress.com/) indicate that 83% of people with disability (PWD) have an acquired disability, the average age being 45 years old. Assuming Australia is similar (to be confirmed), the implication is that a large proportionRead More ›
Just as being change-ready is the first step in any change management process, being open to personal development is a prerequisite for effective coaching outcomes. “The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to beRead More ›
Our contemporary business environment, with the mantra of ‘do more with less’, naturally compels us to justify all costs to the business in terms of ROI. The use of ROI to measure investments in tangible assets such as plant andRead More ›
Even under the best of circumstances, organisational transformations can be challenging. Time is not the issue. Often, mergers, acquisitions and restructures are carefully planned and executed over a long period for reasons of governance and fiduciary requirements. Money is notRead More ›