Archive for March, 2012

Ideal Job Descriptions – What a Mess and Especially in China

Ideal Job Descriptions are not just overblown they are causing problems. Listened to a great IdeaCast by Harvard Business Review yesterday and wanted to give you the location and introduction here. It is an interview with Frances Frei and Anne Morriss, authors of Uncommon Service: How to Win by Putting Customers at the Core of […]

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Posted in: China, China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Culture Development, Leadership, Motivating Workers, Resumes

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Long Term Short Term

David Guerra has been putting up good material lately at the Servant Leadership Group at LinkedIn. Take a look at what he posted recently here He posted the link to a New York times article of a Goldman Sachs  leader’s critique of this company he just quit in disgust. The article and even the comments […]

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Posted in: Leadership

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On Line Marketing

Clara Muriel Ruano of Foreign Entrepreneurs in China has a post up on on line marketing that is worth a read for those considering selling on line here in China.  You can find it here.  She got her thought from Joel Backaler of the China Observer .  Both these are good blogs I like that […]

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Posted in: China, Customers

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Getting Burned By Chinese Managers

Ten years ago, I led a micro-finance company and had an experience that changed my view dramatically. It is my only experience getting burned by Chinese Managers. I had always focused on the character of my hires, and had had little problems. Another partner organization asked me to provide oversight to a micro finance site […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Resumes, System

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