Thursday, November 22, 2012
How to become a CEO: first learn how to fire people and close things
"Managers must be able to maximize productivity from lean staffs and diminished resources. They must be able to grow big but keep costs small. Ultimately, CEOs are on just as short a leash as everyone else."
" There’s a lot more hiring people with management consulting backgrounds, and fewer from banking backgrounds. Companies are a lot more gun-shy than before on executing mergers and acquisitions. Companies are focusing instead on how to grow, they want someone who can do some percolating, someone who can control costs. They are less interested in buying other companies."
Privacy and data protection https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNEPaGFApX4 #privacy #liberty #freedom In the digital age, data plays ...
(meanwhile the managers that decided sit in individual offices) And please at least have some rules "The open-plan office is a ter...
A trial in Sweden is reducing work hours to just 30 hours a week The experiment is based on the theory that after six hours, employees be...