The Avebury Neoliths, Donald Rumsfeld and managing strategic priorities

By |2018-01-17T18:55:17+00:00August 10th, 2010|Goal creation and control, Strategy and Strategic Thinking|

OK let’s get one thing clear. This is more about strategic planning and strategic priority management than it is about comparing Donald Rumsfeld with Neolithic man. Stick with me – it will be worth the 3 minutes and one click, I promise.  […]

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Stress, worry, prison and my mother

By |2012-11-18T16:35:31+00:00March 2nd, 2009|Uncategorized|

Over the past few weeks ‘stress’ anxiety’ and ‘worry’ have been centre stage in a number of support conversations I have been having with people. These are personal, internal responses to specific situations and you would not expect me to offer a trite ‘one size fits all’ ‘solution’ here but [...]

How to use Objectives. Dr Peter Drucker

By |2010-04-23T17:23:53+00:00December 10th, 2008|Uncategorized|

For me, Peter Drucker is the inventor of modern management. I find myself remembering and referring to his wisdom time and time again. Hey, he coined the phrase ‘Knowledge worker’ back in 1959 – he was always ahead of the game …… and is always worth revisiting …. ‘If objectives are [...]

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