SOME OF THE INTERESTING GRAPHICS recently found at certain online sources, two of which are real and one is creative.
[Stock prices of three of the UK's largest banks bite dust. The most hit is Fred's RBS, which was eroded close to Zero pence. source: Economist.com] [Three talk-of-the-doom-town financial phenomena: Long Tail, Tipping Point, and the Black Swan. source: Longtail.com] [Fall of capitalism and the *new* United States by c.2010 (Or, apparently, Divided States?). source: WSJ.com]
Continuing from the previous post , following are a few more Catch Words of Consulting: Q x A = E : Q uality of Solution x A cceptance = E ffectiveness of Change. Q is good most of the time. The Key differentiator is Acceptance and Adaptability for a successful Change management. Passive Resistance: is nodding the head, but not actually going to participate in change; civil disobedience of a personal kind; dragging the feet with a smile. Planning vs Plans: D. Eisenhower once said, "In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable." Planing is so important that PMBOK devotes the largest of its five process groups entirely on planning. See also: Related post: Change, and Catch Words of Consulting I