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By GSMIweb on 24-Mar-10 00:46.

There are many different ways or formats individuals, businesses, organizations can use promote themselves and their ideas, information, services, products (proactive) or where individuals, businesses, organizations ideas, information, services, products will be seen by their customers (reactively). Not that they are so different, but people and firms tend to divide themselves into two categories of business, that is, business-to-consumer (B2C) and business-to-business selling (B2B) situations. Firms in each of these situations need to be aware that without a constancy in the ways customers learn of them customers will get a murky view of who is doing the offering and the products and services they offer.
By GSMIweb on 23-Mar-10 18:25.

Captain Jack and the BPM Market: Performance Management in Turbulent Times By by John Colbert | Jun 1, 2009 Just like the fictional Master and Commander, today's business executives face tempestuous challenges. BPM can help them to chart a course through the storm, even as the winds of change buffet the major market players. In the early scenes of the epic drama Master and Commander - The Far Side of the World, Captain Jack Aubrey, played by Russell Crowe, is found on the quarterdeck making decision after decision to protect his ship and save the lives of his crew (as well as his own) while accomplishing his mission. Gale-force winds, dense fog, the unrelenting sea, and the sinister presence of an enemy ship threaten the captain's chances of survival, and he has to make constant course modifications, jettison a fallen mast (along with a deckhand), and demonstrate supreme confidence to his crew so that they can all survive to see another day of blue skies and calm seas.
By GSMIweb on 23-Mar-10 18:15.
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February 12, 2010 San Diego, CA: Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) is pleased to announce its Second Annual Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance Summit, April 28-30, 2010, at the Regal Sun Resort in Downtown Disney World, Orlando, Florida. The Spring 2010 Summit will include expanded and in-depth sessions addressing significant trends in the GRC market such as Continuous Controls Monitoring for Transactions and Confronting the Demands of Increased Corporate Oversight & Looming Regulatory Mandates. Because so many security and information professionals find themselves with too few resources and too many challenges, GSMI has also included their 10 for 7 demonstration series where ten hand-picked industry experts will offer short presentations on available solutions, options and products which attendees may want to consider when tackling threats, vulnerabilities, controls and changing requirements.
By GSMIweb on 23-Mar-10 18:14.

The Elephant in BPM's Room: Unhealthy Performance Management Policies By Forrest W. Breyfogle III | Jul 28, 2009 The economic crisis was caused, in part, by fundamental business process management (BPM) issues that led to some destructive behaviors and left companies with very poor resistance to economic stresses. Yet little attention seems to be given to these elephant-in-the-room issues. In discussions of the causes of our current economic and financial troubles, many commentators have focused on greed as a major factor that led to severe unintended consequences. Others -- bloggers from the Harvard Business Review (HBR), for example -- have placed the blame for the crisis on the failings of our business schools.
By GSMIweb on 23-Mar-10 18:12.

An Article from Business Respect, Issue Number 69, dated 11 Jan 2004 By Mallen Baker In our first new year edition of Business Respect, two years ago, we made a number - nine no less - of predictions about what would happen in the world of corporate social responsibility over the coming five years. Two years in, and in the spirit of accountability, let's see how we're doing. 1. There will be a growing emphasis on the quality of management of corporate social responsibility - not just whether you do it at all. This prediction goes to the heart of the business case for CSR. All those who look for conclusive evidence of a link between CSR and the bottom line have to have some way of rating how well CSR policies are put into practice, not just what is the rhetoric. There is no other aspect of management where you would expect such a link to be automatic, regardless of the quality of your work.


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