Monthly Archives: July 2011

2107, 2011

Jack Welch and his Legacy

By |July 21st, 2011|0 Comments

I heard the other day, somebody express an opinion that Jack Welch was out of favour. I would like to put on record, that I believe his leadership and management practices are and have been outstanding. His book, “Winning” is in my top ten business books and a recommended read. Search “Welch + youtube” and […]

707, 2011

The influence of Jim Collins

By |July 7th, 2011|0 Comments

The more I read Jim Collins’ work, the more profound I believe his work is. His book, “How the mighty fall”, is a must read for any investor, executive or government official. It is an accurate predictor of failure. His website, should be on every bodies favourites. 15 minutes a week should be considered a necessary ‘fix’.

107, 2011


By |July 1st, 2011|0 Comments

I am a follower of Peter Drucker. He had many profound sayings, but probably the most significant was abandonment. He saw abandonment as the key to innovation. Abandonment freeing both time and money away from activities that weren’t working into new initiatives.

Companies that have followed his thinking have even instituted abandonment days, once a […]