A lot of people and organizations think they are taking risks and managing them effectively because ‘on the surface’ (revenues, short-term profits) everything appears to look good!. Unfortunately, it is only during a crisis that they will find out too late that they are ‘naked’.
Category Archives: Performance
Looking at the relationship between Risk management and Performance management
HRM Awards 2011, What is ‘Hot’ and what is ‘Not’.
I was last Friday (4th of March) invited to present the Singapore HRM award 2011 for “Best Change Management Practices” to the winner of this year contest. This year’s winner: Kraft Food Singapore managed to beat on the line MOM, ANZ, NOKIA and a few more organizations of the same league. Continue reading
Are CEOs Over-paid? Big Carrots, Blind Spots and Very Small Sticks!
The row over executive compensation has been reignited by the recent awarding of about £8 to 9m bonus to Bob Diamond, CEO of Barclays. Bob’s feisty defense of his bonus has further exasperated the many people who think that bankers are over-paid when we consider their ‘real’ performance. Continue reading