- @JezLester Yeah, been there too. My book starts of with me admitting I've done the red/green target stuff. I didn't know any better! 16 hours ago
- @JezLester The unlearning stage is often the hardest 16 hours ago
- @JezLester Mixed. Have experienced resistance/denial in the past, but recently more and more are genuinely interested and accepting. 16 hours ago
- @haselour @MatthewEllis Me too :-) 16 hours ago
- @SWPHPDS Cool. Look forward to hearing your thoughts.. :-) 17 hours ago
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Tag Archives: decision making
As I go about my formal and informal research into the effects of target-driven performance management, I regularly have conversations with people at all levels of organisations. One thing I’ve found is that the people at the very top of … Continue reading
There’s… “Panic on the streets of London! Panic on the streets of Birmingham!” So says the song of the same title by UK band The Smiths, anyway. The true story that follows (yes, I’ve caved in to popular demand and … Continue reading
I was in the pub yesterday evening (yeah yeah I know, you can skip the feigned surprise). As I was standing at the bar a woman next to me asked for a glass of wine. The barman responded with “Which … Continue reading
Someone recently asked me, “Why don’t you write blog posts about positive things?” I was surprised at first (and probably a bit defensive) as I think my posts are positive – after all, I don’t just go about kidney-punching management … Continue reading
This blog post could quite easily have been called ‘Another Short Pub Tale’, or ‘A Short Pub Tale XXI- This Time It’s Personal’, or suchlike. Same pub, same(ish) subject matter; I was even drinking the same beer. This place is full of … Continue reading
Here’s a little story from the pub. It has nothing to do with policing…or does it? I was waiting at the bar in a busy local pub recently when something happened that made me think about organizational trust and frontline … Continue reading
I make no apologies* for starting this blog with another blast from the past, this time in the form of a reference to a favourite series of books from my childhood (as well as ‘The Policeman’ of course). *As an … Continue reading