Tag Archive | "Management and Leadership"

Statistics, findings, results, trends. There are so many things to keep in mind when planning, why trends matter.

This video of Mckinsey director Peter Bisson explaining why tracking global trends is important, and how to incorporate these into corporate planning is very interesting. We often use global trends as the icing on our business case or presentation cake, and focus on the current situation, market demands, customer expectations, share holder demands etc etc. Check […]

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Leadership vs management – is this the wrong approach? True leaders are also managers apparently

I sometimes feel that all the much emphasis placed on leadership and vision, and the focus on management best practices doesn’t overlap, and that this causes issues for many unwitting employees. I’ve worked with a lot of managers, and a lot of leaders in my career, and there have been a couple of shockers on […]

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Why its still a Boys Club at the big end of town – my thoughts on this on The Finance Quarter on ABC24

In the current program of The Finance Quarter on ABC24, Andrew Roberston asked me if it’s true that “the big end of town is a boys club – and the boys want to keep it that way”?  This isn’t the first time I’ve been asked this question – you may have seen my commentary on […]

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Employers: Why using behavioural economics when strategizing is essential, especially when it comes to keeping your top women

“In a recent McKinsey Quarterly survey of 2,207 executives, only 28 percent said that the quality of strategic decisions in their companies was generally good, 60 percent thought that bad decisions were about as frequent as good ones, and the remaining 12 percent thought good decisions were altogether infrequent.” Have you considered using behavioral economics […]

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What selectors are watching for in executive hiring process: the top three areas to focus on developing

I think sometimes we get so much advice, so many insiders tips and tricks for how to get that job that we get over stimulated and ruin our focus. This is a recognised phenomenon in elite athlete training – if your focusing on kicking perfectly and swift arm movements entering the water expertly and keeping […]

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Nominate someone for the NSW Woman of the Year Award 2011

If you are a NSW resident you can nominate a member of the public for the NSW Woman of the Year Award, which is run by the NSW Office for Women and announced at a Premier’s Reception on International Women’s Day, March 8.  Any member of the public in New South Wales can nominate a […]

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