Top-Management Team Agenda
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Code of Conduct for an Executive Team
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Questions for Examining the Ethics of a Business Decision
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7 Questions for Structuring a Problem
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Core Elements of Strategy Development
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Growth Strategy Example
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Outline for a Business Plan
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Key Considerations for Acquiring a Company
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Investment Proposal for Private Equity Transaction
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H&F Organizational Model
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H&F Integrated Talent Management System
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How Managers Start Into A New Year
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Great Consultants Made in Austria and What Managers Can Learn From Them Today


The management consulting profession has been fundamentally shaped by a number of thinkers, which originated from the region formerly known as Austria-Hungary. By analyzing the work and contribution of these thinkers, it is possible to gain a fundamental and rounded understanding of key theoretical consulting approaches and their practical application to management. The book covers the following 9 thinkers and their impact on modern management: Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich Hayek, Joseph Schumpeter, Peter Drucker, Paul Watzlawick, Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, Viktor Frankl, Karl Popper.

Competitive Advantage Diversity


A study of best practices of leaders in diversity management with comprehensive recommendations for companies willing to leverage the full potential of diversity management in their organizations.

How Microsoft Netherlands Reinvented the Way of Work (really)


This case study shows how Microsoft Netherlands (MS Netherlands) successfully implemented a radical and wide-ranging change to its management approach. Basically, they completely reinvented their way of working both physically and practically, leading to a substantial/dramatic increase in productivity and employee satisfaction.


In 2005, Microsoft’s Information Worker Thought Leadership Team released the White Paper “Digital Workstyles: The New World of Work” (in short NWOW), which provided a vision of how work will evolve in the future. MS Netherlands took them by the word when they moved into their new offices in 2008 and implemented the NWOW concepts for their entire organizational structure. Now in 2011, the numbers are in and the positive impact of the NWOW on productivity and employee satisfaction is a fact.


Read the full case study here.

Bribing the Knowledge Worker


Peter Drucker pointed out that the performance of the new knowledge-based industries will depend very much on being able to attract, hold and motivate knowledge workers and knowledge technologists. Turns out that this cannot be done by bribing them with bonuses and stock options, but that they have to be turned from employees to real partners. This article explains the logic behind this and briefly outlines a real world success story on how employees have been turned into real partners.







Read the full case study here.

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