Posts Tagged Corporate Parasites

Smallpox of the American Economy

on November 17, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Evolutionary Marxism, Comments (0)

Imagine a group of people, a sort of community, where everyone works together and is supposed to share the results of their joint efforts. There is a hierarchical structure of officials who control the work process and distribution of benefits. People at the top define vision and goals of the whole community. Those who contribute to these goals are rewarded; those who do not contribute are punished. The hierarchical structure of power is used to ensure that. The community may be large enough and encompass hundreds of thousands of people. What would you call such a community?

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The real price of a book

on October 28, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Personal Notes, Comments (0)

Imagine that you can buy a book and magically instantly know everything that was in the book. Would it be worth $860 or even more?

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Owning shares of a public company…

on September 28, 2009 by Eldar in Corporate Parasites, Personal Notes, Comments (0)

The more levels of management separates you from CEO, the further in line the company and shareholders are.

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HiPPO – Decision Making in Large Corporations

on September 26, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Comments (0)

Do you know what HiPPO stands for? No, not a large African animal. It represents a decision making process in large corporations.

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Video on Jack Welch, Bell Curve, Performance Reviews and the Evolution

on September 20, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Evolutionary Management, Comments (0)

And here is the video for the post on Jack Welch, Performance Reviews and Office Evolution.

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Jack Welch, Bell Curve, Performance Reviews and the Evolution

on September 12, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Evolutionary Management, Comments Off

Have you ever heard of Jack Welch, turnaround head of GE, and his famous “Bell Curve” method? If not, here it is. You force every team manager rank the members […]

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Corporations that hire the best

on August 16, 2009 by eldar in Corporate Parasites, Comments (0)

So, what I am trying to say, is that hiring the best is a fine idea, as long as you know how to manage them. Unfortunately, too many don’t…

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