Except for maybe bankers, can you think of any group more useless to business than management consultants? These people are a confirmation of the old theory that if you don’t have the ability to actually do the job then you can teach others to do the job. I don’t mean to have a closed mind, [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Business Ethics'
May 5th, 2013 · 4 Comments · Business Ethics, Business Management, Financial Services
October 29th, 2012 · No Comments · Business Ethics, Business Management, Politics and Politicians Gone Awry
As it is with democracy, capitalism is not really capitalism—unless it is capitalism for all. Reality is the imagery of an accepted belief at a point in time that is based on the experience and knowledge available. But unlike truth, it is subject to change. Constant change. Reality is not rigid; it evolves with knowledge, [...]
July 2nd, 2012 · 1 Comment · Building Better Business Managers, Business Ethics, Business Management
Like all bureaucrats, the buffoons on the Best Buy board have acted in their own best interests at the expense of the best interests of the company. Best Buy is the embodiment of the classic American entrepreneurial success story. The company was founded in 1966, by two prototypical entrepreneurs, Richard Schulze and Gary Smoliak, as [...]