Implement A Screaming Screen For Business

Implement A Screaming Screen For Business

Talking with someone about the difference between a plan  and planning  in business highlighted the importance of defining objectives. It had become obvious that `he who shouted loudest' was distracting, blocking out necessities to leading their business profitably. Urgent demands understandably surface but too often scream for attention disproportionally loud at the cost of more [...]
November 2011 Noteworthy News

November 2011 Noteworthy News

The average private sector pay award given to employees of 2.6% is half the most recent inflation figure, Income Data Services has shown, whilst a snapshot of FTSE 100 Directors showed a 42% rise as average rising to 49% when adding in other Directors. Any spending bonuses on homes abroad should be aware of  a [...]
It`s in the Bag!

It`s in the Bag!

Sentence has been made for the next four years, following the Government scrutinising its spending. Laid out with little evidence, like a cadaver in a crime drama waiting for the inventive pathologist to make the seemingly impossible possible;  Spending Review. If only the financial crisis had DNA then the culprits could be nailed, but instead, [...]
March 2010 Muse & Views: Spring – Scaffoldings Going Up

March 2010 Muse & Views: Spring – Scaffoldings Going Up

 March:   St. David’s Day .....  St Patricks Day.....   First Day of Spring ..... Mother`s Day.....  Six Nations Finals .....  Cheltenham Gold Cup  and British Summer Time.  Lambs gambol in meadows between the golden daffodils, cute critters wake up to the sound of the bluebird of happiness singing high on bud-laden boughs as Spring bursts out.... Oooh!  Can [...]
21st Century Crisis – Been There, Done That?

21st Century Crisis – Been There, Done That?

A recent game of Trivial Pursuit and a newspaper article  (which incidentally has some very interesting comments attached) prompted the question, how did the Roman Empire manage to decline when they had so much at their disposal? From our limited understanding, we’d believed that Roman society was built on its strengths of lateral thinking and being [...]