One of the biggest challenges facing organisations today is the task of standing out from the crowd; how can they be different – and successful?
No-one would dispute, especially during these difficult times, that any prudent business manager must be in control of their costs and often one of the largest of these is the salary bill. It is easy to articulate and generally understood by everyone. Or is it?
It seems somewhat ironic that the numbers of mergers and acquisitions taking place (not so much during the recent recession but certainly in the lead up to it) continues to increase, yet research still seems to suggest that surprisingly few ever achieve their promised strategic and financial goals. You might well ask why this is.
In his book, “Winning: The Answers”, Jack Welch states, “When you become a leader, success is all about growing others,” a
simple but enlightening statement and one which many leaders would do well to ponder.
To understand how you can create compelling new propositions, you must first truly understand your current proposition.