Tag Archives: Management

Human Resources is a Supply Chain Management, Quality Assurance, Accounting and Management Department

In my earlier post on HR I had promised a more detailed note on the role of HR and, as I read the Economic Times article on HR this morning, I was once again reminded of the dissonance between HR … Continue reading

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Questions – What you ask, is what you get..

Continuing on from diagnosis, it is important to understand that a key part of diagnosis is asking questions. It may sound cliched, but it’s absolutely true and very relevant, that you will only get answers to the questions you ask. … Continue reading

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Are you missing the followers?

A google search for the term – Leadership generates 179,000,000 hits. A similar search for the term Followership generates 510,000. Try searching for a book on Leadership. Now try searching for a book on followership. Interesting isn’t it? Most of … Continue reading

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Capabilities of an OD Professional

  Image via Wikipedia I think we’re off to a great start. Thanks to all of you who visited the blog over the last few days, and left your comments here and on LinkedIn. It has helped me refine my … Continue reading

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OD….What’s that?

When people I meet ask me what I do for a living and I tell them I’m an OD practitioner, the commonest question is “What’s that???!!??” I don’t blame them. Many OD folks wouldn’t be able to give you a … Continue reading

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