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Articles for November 2005

Compliance, the corporate killer: Boards cannot focus on strategy if they're forever box-ticking

ACCORDING to a study by the consultancy Booz Allen Hamilton, of all the value destroyed by the largest US companies between 1999 and 2003 (including Enron, Tyco and friends), just 13 per cent was the result of failures of regulatory compliance or board ov
Putting the 'man' into manager: Simon Caulkin on the legacy of the late Peter Drucker, guru before his time

For Drucker, the heart of management was people - orchestrating individual effort so that it became more than the sum of its parts, amplifying strengths and neutralising weaknesses.
They wanna sell you a story...:

Forget marketing, a new book claims that the narrative thread is all.
Get stress out of your system

Give control back to employees if you want them to be less pressurised