This week has an Eastern European flavour with two of Global Integration senior consultants in the region training teams: both Tony Poots and T.H. Ong will be found at different times this week in Moscow, where temperatures are just above freezing;. T.H. will also be delivering consultancy in Prague. For those in the US, Kevan […]
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Continuing with our ‘Matrix Monday’ series, we report back on some of the limited literature available on matrix management. Today we look at an older, but still relevant, paper on the economics of a matrix structure. An Economic Analysis of Matrix Structure, Using Multinational Corporations as an Illustration by Tailan Chi and Paul Nystrom School (MANAGERIAL AND DECISION […]
Just for fun, taken from Wordle, a ‘cloud’ of things we’ve talked about on this blog recently!
Continuing our Global working video competition ‘meet the judges’ posts, offering a deeper insight into why we chose our expert panel of judges and what they’re looking for. Today: Global Integration CEO Kevan Hall. Can you introduce yourself to readers in one sentence, please: I am the CEO of the Global Integration group. What made you […]
This week you’ll find the Global Integration senior team on just two continents, largely because Thanksgiving is looming! If you want to hook up with any of them whilst they’re in your neighbourhood – or at least closer than usual – you can find us in Europe as follows…. In Düsseldorf, Germany, you’ll catch Tony […]
Continuing with our ‘Matrix Monday’ series, we report back on some of the limited literature available on matrix management. Today we summarise Performance evaluation in a matrix organization: a case study (Part One, Two and Three) by Steven H. Appelbaum, David Nadeau and Michael Cyr (Industrial and Commercial Training Vol. 40 No. 5, 2008) At time […]
Below is a great infographic produced by Cisco to show the results of their recent research into workplace views and attitudes to technology of students and younger workers. Our blog post relating to the reports findings can be found here – The New Workplace Currency: The Surprising – and Unsurprising Results
When Cisco recently commissioned an international workforce study of nearly 3000 students and young people in the early stages of their careers, it found that one in three college students and young professionals consider the Internet to be as important as air, water, food, and shelter and found that their desire to use social media, […]
Continuing our global working video competition ‘meet the judges’ posts, offering a deeper insight into why we chose our expert panel of judges and what they’re looking for. Today: student representative, Alan Hall Can you introduce yourself to readers in one sentence: My name is Alan Hall and I am reading Management with Marketing at Exeter […]
Our international team of training consultants travel to our customer’s choice of location so that, overall, travel for our clients is minimized and costs held low. And as companies are rarely on one continent, just being based in a region doesn’t mean you’ll always find our team there. So if you want to catch our senior […]
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