Category Archives: Articles

Should business strategy be built from the outside-in or inside-out?

January 18, 2018  Mr. Steve McGrady

For many years after business strategy emerged as a discipline in the midst of the 20th century, it was generally accepted that external analysis identified opportunities and threats, then internal analysis audited internal strengths and… Read More

We cannot build a reputation on our dreams but only on our actions

We Cannot Build a Reputation on our Dreams but only on our Actions

January 4, 2018  Mr. Alan Wilson

Advanced Health and Safety Management must not only consider legal compliance and people protection but must expand into Corporate Risk Management which has the objective to control risks that have the ability to adversely affect… Read More

Strategy and Business Analysis

What has strategy got to do with business analysis?

December 28, 2017  Mr. Steve McGrady

Many people view strategy as a specialist subject practiced by senior managers, strategy specialists and consultants.  Business analysis on the other hand is often involved with understanding operational needs to define a requirement that can… Read More

The Focus of Leadership

The Focus of Leadership

December 24, 2017  Mr. Cy Charney

Leadership is without question the favorite topic of non-technical workshops worldwide.  A Google search of leadership training brings up 299,000,000 results!  But, do all these offerings point in the same direction.  Certainly not.  Depending on… Read More

Projects under control

Are your Projects under control?

December 19, 2017  Dr. Michael Lane

How do we make sure that our projects are under control? Too many times projects can spin out of control causing delays, additional costs and dissatisfaction among stakeholders. This is true for projects across many… Read More

Which risks are more important

Which risks are more important?

December 12, 2017  Mike Shuttleworth

The process of risk prioritisation is affected by several factors including; risk attitude, risk sensitivity, resource availability, risk severity and risk manageability. Prioritisation by Attitude An organisation’s risk attitude is made up of a combination… Read More

Self-image

What Shapes our Self-image?

December 7, 2017  Gerald Bradley

John C. Maxwell is widely considered to be one of the world’s top leadership thinkers in our world today.  He states that, “Being a great leader is all about having a genuine willingness and a… Read More

Culture drives a company

Culture drives a company

December 4, 2017  Mr. Alan Wilson

What is Culture? Culture is a characteristic of all human groups, and hence of all organisations; culture creates behavioural norms, but at the same time it is through culture that our individuality and uniqueness is… Read More

See No Evil - Hear No Evil - Speak No Evil

How to Use Body Language to Spot a Liar?

November 20, 2017  Mr. John Boe

How to Use Body Language to Spot a Liar? Some people can’t tell a lie, others can’t tell the truth and unfortunately, most people can’t tell the difference. Can you tell when someone is pulling… Read More

Poor Recruitment

The Real Cost of Poor Recruitment

November 16, 2017  Dr. Tony Miller

Recruitment and the selection process is one of the key management tools. Do it right! – that’s the theme for this successful international program. It’s not by chance that Intel, Google and Apple are all… Read More

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