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P&L or Cost Centre? How to Account for Your Global Shared Services

One of the advantages of outsourcing versus having a captive shared service centre (SSC) is that someone else can do the financials.  The supplier will send you an invoice for the work done &n
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Posted On :  21-08-2016

Thinking versus Doing - What is the Right Mix?

We can all point to times in our life when our mothers said: “think about what you are doing”.  As we move into the business world you might have gotten a comment “will you s
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Posted On :  04-08-2016

Workforce Management: The Production Planning Portion of HR

Workforce planning is one of my most favourite subjects in the human capital space, as it is all about supply and demand.  Factories and businesses that make things have been balancing out sup
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Posted On :  04-07-2016

Global Shared Services and Technology

Technology and shared services are great combinations, like ham and cheese, or Romeo and Juliette; the sum of the two parts can deliver something beautiful. And this is especially true when the sha
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Posted On :  11-07-2016

Employees, Change Management and Brexit

Britain joined the European Union (EU) in 1973, and to put into context; that was before I started my first real job.  More importantly, significant segments of the current and future workforc
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Posted On :  27-06-2016

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Symptoms of an Organisation on the Cusp of Change

An excellent infographic which identifies some of the signals that might indicate that an organisation is on the cusp of change.  This includes: - 

"we are not incenti
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Posted On :  21-08-2016

New type of employee - I.E. (intermittent employee)

An IE (or intermittent employee) is someone we all are familiar.  These are the employees that can be brilliant OR just too hard to work with.  And you never know which one they
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Posted On :  15-08-2016

Mid Level Managers and the New Reality of Leadership

Rarely are there research pieces that take a slice of data only to look at Asia.  DDI World has recently published their research onRead More

Posted On :  03-08-2016

Successful Change Management

Every transformation programme that I have been involved with has said at the end when we are doing lessons learned, that we did not do enough communication and change management.  These
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Posted On :  25-07-2016

Five Attributes of World Leading Organisations

Everyone in a while you read an article and say "wow".  And this article written by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is one of those.  The article is very good in its own right but
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Posted On :  16-07-2016

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Refugees, Detention Centres and Nauru

If you live in Australia, you can’t miss the news associated with the Nauru detention centre.  The newspaper The Gua
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Posted On :  15-08-2016

A Dead Reef Comes Back to Life

On the floor of a remote island lagoon halfway between Hawaii and Fiji, the giant reef site had been devastated by unusually warm water. Its remains looked like a pile of drab dinner plates tossed
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Posted On :  15-08-2016

Save the Ocean from Plastic

A really scary article in Sydney Morning Herald, how much plastic is in our oceans.  The story references the fact that for the average Australian level of fish consumptions, you are eating ov
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Posted On :  15-08-2016

Save the Fish by Stopping Over Fishing

Did you know that bluefin tuna travels at over 70 km per hour?  And unlike humans, they don't know where the boundaries are for the various jurisdictions on the high seas.  Under inte
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Posted On :  25-07-2016

86% Of the Natural World is Uncharted

English nature broadcaster Sir David Attenborough was given a new dragonfly species from Madagascar for his 90th birthday. I guess one of many unique benefits of having such an amazing ca
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Posted On :  16-07-2016




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