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Google – saints or sinners?

In the capitalist system large corporations can sometimes develop dual ‘personalities’.  Bill Gates’ Microsoft is both an exploitative monopoly and the provider of funds for his ‘philanthropy’.  An interesting piece in the Financial Times today – “Google is the General … Continue reading

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The Pillars that foster innovation & creativity – maturity matters

Having worked with a number of large global pharmaceutical (or ‘life science’) organisations, one of the issues raised consistently with me over the last few years has been how to deal with the lack of new medicines coming through their … Continue reading

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The right sort of profit is societal value

If you are a serious HR professional then you will already know that since 2010 SHRM has been trying to establish itself as the leader in HR standards; not just in the US but globally.  Things are not going according … Continue reading

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Maturity analysis is an accurate predictor of organizational value

Analysing and assessing the maturity of an organization, particularly from a people or human capital perspective, might sound more art than science and IHRM is only too happy to admit that it requires both: along with a great deal of … Continue reading

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