Perspectives on Performance (Inglese – link esterno – PDF 2.755 KB)
La newsletter di PMA (Performance Management Association)
Volume 10, Issue 1, Q3 2012

Are we seeing a shift in corporate strategic behaviour today? (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: M.S.S. El Namaki
In: Ivey Business Journal September/October 2012
“Dramatic business and economic events of the past decade are inducing far-reaching changes in how firms behave. One of the more conspicuous changes is in competitive behavior, where conventional patterns have given way to alternative, systemic approaches”

The new cultural revolution in China (Inglese – link esterno)
In: In: Insead Knowledge, 06/12/2012
“Hundreds of thousands of Chinese students leave home to study abroad each year, hoping a foreign diploma will land them respect and a good job at home. Today that’s not always the case.”

Take planning and performance management to the next level (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Steve Player
In: Business Financial Magazine, 12/2012
“This blog is the eleventh in a series developed from research underwritten by SAP which explores how new technologies such as cloud computing, mobility and in-memory processing of Big Data are expanding planning, budgeting and forecasting best practices.”

Performance Management by Any Other Name Still Works the Same (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Mark Graham Brown
In: Business Financial Magazine 10/2012
“Why is it that every business fad and management program has to be abbreviated with three-letter acronyms? This has been going on a long time, and it keeps getting more annoying and confusing. It might have started with MBO — Management by Objectives, and now we have an endless array of confusing programs and acronyms, with some of them meaning the same thing.”

CRM trends from 2012: the expert’s analysis (Inglese – link esterno)
Intervista a Paul Greenberg
In: Mycustomer.com, 17/12/2012
“MyCustomer.com caught up with CRM expert Paul Greenberg to get his thoughts on what emerged, re-emerged or strengthened in the industry over the past 12 months”

Social media is making you a smarter leader (Inglese – link esterno)
Autore: Dorie Clark
In: HBR Blog Network, 14/11/2012
“It’s easy to point to the problems with social media: lost productivity from employees checking Facebook at work, new “personal branding” responsibilities to tend online, and a general deluge of information that’s impossible to keep up with.”



Professor Philip Zimbardo conveys how our individual perspectives of time affect our work, health and well-being. Time influences who we are as a person, how we view relationships and how we act in the world.