Peter Drucker once noted that an organization’s most valuable resource is vested in the heads of its people, and leaves the building with them when they go home. This revelation led many companies to begin viewing their people as a resource rather than a cost. This year’s best business books address this subject of human capital and suggest that our approach to it is due for a correction.
Preparing to give a big speech is different when you decide not to use PowerPoint, an option that’s becoming a lot more popular as I discussed in my last post. On the plus side, you don’t have to spend huge amounts of time prepping the slides, trying to get the images and words just right. … Read more