Communicating – How Things Have Not Changed
Over the past few decades business communication technology has changed dramatically. Only a few decades ago, long distance telephone calls were expensive. They were rare and rationed. They had to be planned out to maximize the result and minimize the cost. Now, we think nothing about long distance communications. Now, even the telephone risks becoming obsolete.
What has not changed is the human aspect of communication. We as people send messages and hope that recipients actually hear what we intended. With all the communication coming at us today, individual messages can be lost. In business, we have built all sorts of management practices around communication, some good, some bad.
Budgets – A Recent Historical Perspective
Pierre Guillaume explores the historical context that may be driving our collective budget angst. He advocates flexibility and adaptability in budgeting practices
Resource Drivers & Activity Drivers for Service Industries
Mitch Max explores alternatives for Resource Drivers for service industries based on the CAM-I Cross.