Ok, so everyday starts with a quick look at the agenda for the day. How many meetings? But most important, how many of them will actually lead to some substance? The more time passes the more I am becoming averse to meetings. Could be that I am developing an anti-social trait. But, considering that onContinue reading “Meetings. Oh, meetings!”
Being a writer, doubt is something you learn to live with. I have come to believe that there are different ages of doubt. When I was still at the beginning of my writing career, eager to get published and high on the achievement of actually completing a piece, doubt wasn’t a nagging matter that keptContinue reading “The Age of Doubt”
During the past couple of decades educational institutions, public and private and at all levels, have invested a lot in designing and delivering management courses. I started and aborted two Masters level courses in management. Besides, I had to attended a few other management courses as well, often – I must admit – with aContinue reading “The Benefits of a Humanistic Education”
Ok, this is a management textbook standard: your best resource is your human resource. Who hasn’t heard that before? Yet, I often have the impression that as obvious as it is, it is one of the most forgotten and neglected truths of management. If you really want to experience the value of your human resource,Continue reading “A Lesson from COVID-19”
It all pretty much happened by accident. Which means, it wasn’t planned. Never really an ambition. Being a manager didn’t feature amongst the first one hundred jobs on the list of ‘what would you like to be when you grow up?’ when I was a kid. Not even at university: I was one of theContinue reading “First Post”
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