The 10 Elements of Positive Performance Management

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post from John Mattone: The fundamental belief underlying Positive Performance Management (PPM) is this: Leaders and their employees must strive to make performance reviews complete, honest, and timely.

Managing Results by Defining “Deliverables” Early On

QAspire

Bonus: QAspire Blog was recently featured on Community of Program and Project Managers (PPM Community).

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A Round Up of My Writing in August 2010

QAspire

QAspire Blog was recently featured on Community of Program and Project Managers (PPM Community). Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer A Round Up of My Writing in August 2010 August 2010 came to an end, and once again, I didn’t quite notice it in frenzy of everything going around.

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10 Peaks For Creating Performance Focused Teams

Utpal Writes

10 Peaks For Creating Performance Focused Teams by Utpal Vaishnav on May 7, 2010 Sustainable success is the apple of most businesses’ eye and hence, business leaders strive to achieve and maintain the same.

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Contribute Beyond Your Title With Assumed Responsibility And Take.

Utpal Writes

Contribute Beyond Your Title With Assumed Responsibility And Take The Right Decision! by Utpal Vaishnav on May 23, 2010 Easier are the decisions where one side is right and the other is wrong however in most situations, leaders do not have that liberty.

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Research: Stale Office Air Is Making You Less Productive

Harvard Business Review

Last, we tested three levels of carbon dioxide (CO 2) in the air: low levels (600 parts per million) that result from high ventilation rates, a typical level seen in many offices (950 ppm), and higher levels that are commonly encountered in U.S. schools (1400 ppm). How often do you consider the air quality in your office and how it affects employees and their productivity? Chances are it’s not often.

PPM 10

Ford's Impressive Sustainability Strategy

Harvard Business Review

Ford's in-house climate scientists - yes, you heard that right — have bought into an important global scientific consensus: humanity must keep CO2 levels in the atmosphere below 450 parts per million to reduce the odds of catastrophic, species-threatening climate change (many leading scientists have since lowered the goal to 350 ppm — and we've already hit 390 ppm ). For years, Toyota has been the darling of the green business world.

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Corporations Will Never Solve Climate Change

Harvard Business Review

A recent UK report argued against the efficacy of voluntary measures, but the presence of 400 ppm CO 2 in the atmosphere should be enough to prove the point.

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