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Change management #2 - how one player changes the game.

In order to succeed in change management, one needs to think of the transformations on every level. Let us say all changes in strategy and goals… 271 more words


Leadership on Seven Seas

As a sailing fan, I follow favorite sailing races, especially round the globe trophies. These races are a great challenge for the teams and the most interesting part of them is that the boats and circumstances are identical for all.   638 more words


Corporate Governance: Vibrant boards define success

Vibrant boards are attractive. They are energetic.

They are likely to drive results.

While not a barometer of effectiveness, vibrant boards are more likely to succeed as compared to dull, easy pliable and well-mannered ‘Aye! 492 more words

Risk, Conduct Risk, Corporate Governance

How The Obsession With Testing is Hurting Learners and Teachers

“Standardized tests can’t measure initiative, creativity, imagination, conceptual thinking, curiosity, effort, irony, judgment, commitment, nuance, good will, ethical reflection, or a host of other valuable dispositions and attributes.

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Caribbean Education: New Wine, Old Wineskins?

“Since the education system in the region was not designed to be inclusive, it is not surprising that in the absence of fundamental reforms, it is proving to be unfit for education provision in a 21st Century context, where the focus is on democratisation of access, inclusiveness, equitable provision of education for all learners and addressing the individual needs of each student. 756 more words

Change Management

Friday Fun: Fashion and Shopping

Can’t take fashion seriously?
(or maybe you take it TOO seriously?)
Let’s ALL laugh the whole thing off

© Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC…

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