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Knowledge Transfer

Corporate Alignment is a way of leading and managing organisations which makes working lives more fulfilling and productive, benefiting all stakeholders. It integrates the best of existing management practices into a single simple management process incorporating governance, leadership, planning, risk management, budgeting, procurement, resource allocation, measuring, reporting, motivating, rewarding and information of the organisation. It implements new insights into the development and operation of organisations. The insights are organised into thought leadership and know how. Thought leadership contains solutions to common and unsolved management problems. Know how consists of Corporate Alignment processes and techniques. The following articles have been published: Better public services at lower cost, Budgets - a better way?, Creating incentives to deliver in the public sector, Developing the financial workforce of the future, Organic growth versus acquisition, Rethinking cost structures, Something for nothing - releasing latent productivity, and Succeeding in strategy.
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Thought leadership


Better public services at lower cost
Budgets - a better way?
Can risk be managed and if so, how?
Creating incentives to deliver in the public sector
Developing the financial workforce of the future
Does everything have to be so complicated?
Effective governance
How could the government give value for money?
Improving governance and ethical conduct
Increasing the effectiveness of public spending
Integrity through integration
Organic growth versus acquisition
Promoting sustainable and transparent business
Purposeful leadership or random management?
Regulation - maximising bureaucracy, minimising impact?
Rethinking cost structures
Should the United Kingdom become a democracy?
Should you reward outcomes or cost?
Something for nothing - releasing latent productivity
Succeeding in strategy
The myth of Best Practice
Thriving on specific objectives
Valuing the intangible
What does "transformation" mean?
Working in the public interest
How to align everyone and everything around your corporate goals
How to align information technology with the business
How to avoid random acts of management
How to balance your scorecard
How to control risk and avoid failure
How to deliver value
How to future-proof your organisation
How to gain competitive advantage through empathic design
How to get immediate and meaningful management information
How to implement strategy
How to manage knowledge
How to map strategy
How to motivate people
How to realise post-merger benefits
How to really re-engineer processes

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