As I have been brousing some blogs today and here are some posts I thought you might find interesting, I did.
- The HR Capitalist starts a discussion on Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers in a post called How Your National Origin Can Impact Your Performance…. He discusses the concept of the Power Distance Index, a concept developed by Geert Hofstede in his Cultural Dimensions. This discussion is in terms Korean Air Lines pilots and a series of accidents. Make sure you read the comments.
- In Dan McCarthy’s Great Leadership blog he writes about The Only Reference That Really Matters . The Dilbert cartoon is worth the trip and Dan’s discussion of the reference process is excellent. I agree with this assessment.
- Ann Bares writes in Compensation Force about Bonuses and Other Profanities and the impact on current events on the proper definition and use of bonus dollars and what a commuication and PR problem HR now does have.
- At Fistful of Talents, Kris Dunn (in his alter ego), writes about All Workplace Jerks Don’t Have to Scream – The Information Hoarder… I don’t know about you but I have worked with some people like that before. “I am more valuable because I know something you don’t know.”
- Over at Slacker Manager, Phil Gerbyshak has a guest auther, Steve Farber writing on How Do You Get Back Up? A Counterintuitive Approach to Thriving in Challenging Times. Some good advice on what to do when things don’t go your way.
So take a look at these I think you will find them interesting, insightful and useful. I did.