Monthly Archives: January 2013

Do you really know how to manage and appraise your staff?

If you manage staff you really ought to know how to manage and appraise their performance, but very few managers have been trained in how to operate an appraisal system. This needs to change. Continue reading

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1929 Crash and The Great Depression – lessons for today

I have been reading ‘The Great Crash 1929’ by J K Galbraith – (the 1961 edition from Pelican Books: I like to keep up to date). I thought Galbraith’s conclusion on what he called 5 weaknesses which contributed to the … Continue reading

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