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David Creelman

Workforce leverage
Secrets of Human Capital Management
David Creelman
Workforce Leverage, Secrets of Human Capital Management
[Human Resources, Article]

Ask Do not Tell
Secrets of Human-Capital Management
David Creelman
Ask Do not Tell, Secrets of Human-Capital Management
[Human Resources, Article]

Power and Influence
Secrets of Human-Capital Management
David Creelman
Secrets of Human-Capital Management
[Business Services, Article]

Getting HR Projects out of HR
Secrets of Human-Capital Management
David Creelman
Secrets of Human-Capital Management, Getting HR Projects out of HR
[Human Resources, Article]

Resolve as strategy
It is not the strategy but the implementation
David Creelman
The critical element of strategy is resolve. So don’t focus on improving your strategy. Focus on how to improve resolve. We can learn from fat smokers.
[Human Resources, Article]

Economics finally on-track
Review of ‘The Origin of Wealth: Evolution, Complexity and the Radical Remaking of Economics’
David Creelman
Any professional needs to know a little about economics because so much of the talk about business refers to economic theory. The neo-classical economics we have all been taught is mainly nonsense. Is there an alternative? There is!
[Financial Management & Control, Reviews]

New Forces in Performance Management
It's a good time for HR managers to start exploring
David Creelman
Many enterprise performance management projects are disasters. Still, it concerns a very promising idea. Twenty years from now everyone will have some kind of enterprise performance management system. It's a good time for HR managers to start exploring this area.
[Human Resources, Article]

The Mystery of Family Firms
Review of Managing for the Long Run: Lessons in Competitive Advantage from Great Family Businesses, Danny Miller and Isabelle Le Breton-Miller, (Harvard, 2005)
David Creelman
Family firms outperform public firms! What makes the difference? One of the conclusions: The lean-mean, bottom-lined focused firm is generally not the best design. Read this review.
[Strategy & Administration, Reviews]

Revisiting the Balanced Scorecard
David Creelman
The BSC seems to be doing quite well: 60 procent of firms use it and satisfaction with the scorecard is high. There are, however, problems regarding its implementation. Our correspondent in Canada has reviewed how companies tend to use a balanced scorecard and the complications that often arise.
[Performance Management, Article]

Alternatives to Psychopatic Organizations
A review of: the book and film, The Corporation by Joel Bakan
David Creelman
Popular organisational structures of governance are often heavily criticised. Their disadvantages seem to outweigh their advantages. In some ways, they may even been seen as psychopaths. Why is this the case? And perhaps more importantly, are there other structures that are superior? And what should be the specific role of the government in improving the effectiveness of organisational forms? Our correspondent in Canada, David Creelman, discusses some new literature regarding these issues and suggests a way forward.
[Strategy & Administration, Article]

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