In previous articles we have talked about Succession Planning being a process rather than an event, but this concept remains foreign to most private companies. Over a wide-ranging lunch discussion with an investment banker yesterday, I got a very familiar answer to the often asked question ‘what is the number one thing you look at […]
When it comes to strategic planning, most companies will complement their business strategy with financial modelling and budgets, which is exactly what they should do. But very few emerging and mid-scale companies invest in a detailed HR strategy and workforce plan.
The idea of a One Page Strategic Plan or Strategy On A Page (SOAP) is not a new one and there are various models and templates available. However, most companies fail in the development of same, or simply give up, because they find that there is a lot more work in achieving simplicity than they expect!
When you get the right people in the right seats, you establish the foundations for maximising the potential of your business. However, there is a lot more to it than just that.
Would you be surprised to know a vacant leadership position may cost growth businesses into the millions of dollars per week?
Let’s face it. No-one takes joy from having to fire an executive. But sometimes, it’s necessary.
We’re no longer surprised at the way most search firms and recruitment agents try to trick their clients into thinking their fees are justifiable for finding …