13th December 2002 - New research

At this point I am almost done with my paper "Business Analytics - From Chosen Few to Common World View". The research is complete, and I hope to have wrapped up the conclusions over the weekend. The project has taken med a while longer than anticipated due to a more time consuming process of interpreting the replies of the participants; this process required that I wrote my own programs for the perceptional mapping.

Also, today I posted with permission a dissertation research project from a fellow Henley MBA Tania Ellis. Her work provides an interesting and exciting perspective of management in the Era of Compassionate Capitalism. The paper is great and inspiring reading which has a Vision of Holistic Leadership on one side, and a status of where managers and leaders are today on the other. I my opinion this is a highly qualified input for people who are interested in personal development and growth, for managers, leaders and people in general.

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