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Get Rid Of The Performance Review!

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Based upon a startling article in the Wall Street Journal that appeared in November, 2008, Dr. Sam Culbert, a professor at the prestigious UCLA Anderson School of Business and an expert on human relations in the workplace, summarized what most of us have already known for years - that annual corporate performance appraisals not only don't work, they actually cause more problems than they solve.

In this powerful book, Culbert, with his co-writer Larry Rout, a long-time editor at the Wall Street Journal, pinpoints how performance reviews destroy employee morale, are rarely helpful, vary widely from one manager to the next, and in short, actually have a negative impact on both the supervisor and his/her subordinate. Plus they give rise to emotional friction between the two individuals that often can't be repaired.

By using real-life examples of how performance reviews are botched, screwed up, and get in their own way, Culbert make a strong case as to why performance reviews should be totally revised, or thrown on the corporate scrap heap.

Culbert then provides the solution: instead of performance reviews, he strongly advocates the adoption of performancepreviews. In effect, managers and bosses should address key issues in their subordinate's performance when those problems pop up right away -- not at the end of the year. Performance previews work.

Full of common sense, along with real passion, this book confronts one of the long-standing traditions in management/employee relationship and advocates strongly for immediate change.


Literature Reviews Made Easy

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This book is designed to help you achieve one specific goal. It's not designed to give you the philosophies of conducting research. It's not designed to give you a background in a specific academic discipline or a specific topic. It's not designed to give you theory. It's designed specifically to instruct you in the practicalities of the writing process used to create strong, thorough, and potentially bulletproof literature reviews. This book is the culmination of years of research experience. It's also the culmination of several years of teaching writing and critical thinking to doctoral students. Although it began as a tool for doctoral students, it has been expanded to be useful for everyone from senior high school students through doctoral candidates working on developing their first literature review or a larger literature review than they normally develop. It has been created for everyone from academics to new business entrepreneurs with good ideas who are trying to write their first reviews to support the new idea they're proposing.


A Post-mortem Review

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Many IT projects fail. Most of the failures are due to human error, misunderstanding, process problems and from time to time, technical gaffs. Root causes - systemic internalised practices that lead regularly to broken solutions - are analysed to find why what went wrong went wrong. A Post-Mortem Review presents a in-depth root-cause analysis study of a failed IT project that resulted in some customers arrested and others fired from jobs. The outcome had significant business and technical ramifications as a consequence. The case study presents a detailed and annotated interview with an executive who was involved in the project as well as a detailed analysis of it. Proposed solution opportunities are presented to address the root cause failures. There are so few documented post-mortem reviews that this will be a book to benefit any student studying project management at undergraduate or postgraduate level. It is astonishing how seemingly small things in an IT project that go unchecked can escalate into huge project failures before anyone notices. In this particular case, by the time they did notice, the damage had been done. The case study also makes use of goal and context modelling techniques in order to show how the opportunities for improvements could be represented to provide greater understanding in moving forwards from the project failure, and most importantly, learning from the mistakes made. Learn about the root cause analysis process, how to identify and classify impacts, symptoms, root causes and opportunities and how to structure a report to a client for this kind of investigative IT project.


Habits Of A Productive Businessman

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A book on productive habits could help a business man by clearly outlining all the steps needed to become more efficient in the workplace. Many people struggle with time management and have a hard time staying focused. That doesn't mean that they cannot learn. All they need is guidance and that is exactly what a book on productive habits could provide them with.


A Review Of Forty Years Of Community Law

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In this important book eighteen of Europe's most respected jurists and legal scholars look at long-term developments in Community and Union law with a view to shedding light on the current situation and pointing out lessons for the future. They consider major Community law themes as they have developed over the past four decades in institutional and substantive contexts, as well as in such newer areas of development as external relations, economic and monetary union, and the Third Pillar.

Starting from the absolute centrality of the Common Market to the European Community enterprise, the authors provide many reminders of how the current situation evolved. Their detailed root analyses of past experiences explore origins, patterns, and implications from the initial concept of market access, through laws relating to individual rights, to such complexities as the 'bottom-up' emergence of constitutional principles. They show that, whether we will in fact soon see a European constitution or not, there is little doubt today that EC law is undergoing what may be best understood as a process of constitutionalization.

Seventeen insightful essays give deeper meaning to many events, principles, and issues which have had far-reaching implications for European integration, including the following:

  • the crucial principles made clear by the ECJ in Van Gend andamp; Loos in 1963;
  • the place of fundamental rights in a supranational legal order;
  • tensions to be resolved through political and legal means;
  • exclusive, shared and supporting competences;
  • the gradual rise of principles such as subsidiarity and proportionality;
  • the precautionary principle;
  • the legitimacy and authority of the ECJ;
  • the extent to which fundamental freedoms have become fundamental rights;
  • the procedural rules of European competition policy enforcement;
  • state aid under EC Treaty Article 87(1);
  • the case for harmonization of private law;
  • social policy and equal treatment;
  • institutional balance;
  • the EU as global actor;
  • the evolution of the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights; and
  • the Constitutional Treaty. ; ; ; ; The European Union is a dynamic legal order, and continues to face myriad challenges and dilemmas as it expands its membership and considers a European constitution. This concentrated summary of the most important issues in forty years of legal developments reveals both the lasting triumphs along the way and the gaps that require urgent attention if the legitimacy of the Union is not to be impaired. Participants in European law and government, from citizens and students to the highest levels of policy making, will find here an invaluable resource for the future and much food for thought. These articles were first presented at a conference held at the end of 2003 to mark the 40th anniversary of the Common Market Law Review, and were originally published in a special issue of the Review.



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