From the monthly archives:

January 2011

Management by Pippi Longstocking

January 29, 2011

Recently José Angel Gurria at OECD pointed out Sweden’s finances as strong as  Pippi Longstocking, quite fun… That led me to think about Pippi and her philosophy realizing that it might actually be applicable on managing a company. Imaging Pippi in the South Seas and translate that into business: Always believe you can do it, nothing […]

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The world’s best company to work for

January 25, 2011

Today Hey Group release their Global Top 20 companies for leadership, top five at the list was: General Electric Procter & Gamble Intel Corporation Siemens Banco Santander Two European firms formerly outside the 2009 top 20 – Siemens and Banco Santander – have jumped straight into the 2010 top 5. BASF is a new arrival […]

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The new generation of PR

January 15, 2011

PR has, generally spoken, changed over time and become more complex as the possibilities of interacting and building relations has exponential increased over time. Old truth might still be truth but often simplified approaches not possible to apply other than as isolated events. Today building relationship impacting specific target groups is a holistic challenge, not […]

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Michael E. Porter sends CSR back to the stoneage – now it is time for real entrepreneurship…

January 9, 2011

Michael E. Porter Harvard University professor, explains in an new video post, why business leaders must focus on shared value – creating products and services that benefit not only the company but also society. Or as like to put it, make the pie bigger… Responsible and smart entrepreneurs understand to create value through actions beneficial for all, without a working society and environment there is […]

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Enter the O-Desk, next level of entrepreneurship

January 7, 2011

Today I will share a recent happening but before that some words about trust. Trust can be one-dimensional, two-dimensional or transformational meaning that ether you have trust or not in your business partners (one-dimensional) or you can have both trust and distrust at the same time (two-dimensional) and an evolving trust, the transformational trust theory, […]

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Why should I have a board at all – and my advice how to make it work

January 3, 2011

Having a board might by some be motivated with the legal reasons, by others to control or be able to offer tabouret seats to important people. By many entrepreneurs also motivated by having people buying and reselling their products and services. However, there are many and important reasons having a board and non of them […]

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