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Presents the findings of an investigation into the attitudes of civil engineers and their companies towards modern management practices. Contractors are moving rapidly to meet the challenges of a modern business world and are making full use of the tools available. Consultants, however, are...
Looks at the sequel to the article about running negotiating workshops for managers. Explains relevant theory and the practice of negotiations. Issues include the context of negotiations, offers and counter‐offers, avoidance of deadlock, the use of third parties and “back channels”, cultural...
Claims that satisfied employees are essential to commercial success, and that employability can be traded against job security. Cites empowerment and coaching as staff motivators, and claims that both are necessary for employees to drive the company forward.
Describes how the Learning River, which is a model for achieving the best means of continuous learning to achieve business objectives, was created and developed.
A Greek philosopher once refused to have his portrait painted because he felt it bad enough to be condemned with his image in which nature had imprisoned him. That is personal image. For business, image is even more important. As the old pun puts it, “If you don′t strike oil in a few minutes,...
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