The Stretching Goals are Looking for You!

All sales managers ask for them, but few salespeople really understand them. A “stretch goal,” simply put, is a target set above what is expected to be accomplished. It... Read more »

Video: Global Food Economics by David McWilliams

Punk Economics video takes some altitude and looks at the global food economy: where it is now, how we got here – and what we might see in the... Read more »

Effective Training: More Use of Being Trained

Many organisations are investing in training fail to get the most from their investment. Staff are sent on courses without being sufficiently clear about why they are attending the... Read more »

How do you feel about economics?

An interesting question is whether this intellectual divorce might change in the light of the global economic mess of the last few years, in which much of the anger... Read more »

The Gita and business ethics

The Gita is as fresh in insight and as relevant today as it was 5,000 years ago. If only every manager, administrator, politician, employee, worker and others pick a... Read more »

Ethic in business is important unless…

Employees or officers of a company that is under criminal or civil investigation shall not destroy documents or data that could be construed as pertinent to that investigation. Unless... Read more »

A Story about Frogs – The Power of the Tongue

This story teaches two lessons. There is power of life and death in the tongue. An encouraging word to someone who is down can lift them up and help... Read more »

10 Myths About Business Ethics

Many believe business ethics is a recent phenomenon because of increased attention to the topic in popular and management literature. However, business ethics was written about even 2,000 years... Read more »