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Article written by B Holland in New Zealand Management October 2005.
It hurts wben good people leave an organisation. It's not just a question of the replacement and retraining costs but also of all tbe experience that leaves with the individual. While employee retention is an important problem for many organisations, it is not nearly as significant as tbe hidden costs of good people who have 'left' but haven't left. In other words, those people who are still on the payroll but whose minds, hearts and souls are elsewhere.
By: Holland, Bruce. Chartered Accountants Journal, Oct2002, Vol. 81 Issue 9, p69-72, 4p, 6 diagrams, 1c; Abstract: Discusses the fundamentals of business strategy in New Zealand. Challenges facing modern business; Creation of an organization that fits its environment; Increase in the focused uniqueness of the organization; Application of systems thinking to the market and organization; Clarification of long-term vision; Aims of any good strategy.
By: Holland, Bruce. New Zealand Management, Oct2002, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p19, 3p, 2 diagrams; Abstract: Discusses issues relevant to business strategy and alignment. Factors to consider in creating a business organization; Application of organizational systems; Clarification of the long-term vision.
By: Holland, Bruce. New Zealand Management, Mar2002, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p60, 2p; Abstract: Focuses on the social aspects of business management. Application of the laws of life and science to business management; Complexity of management.