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CIMA Launch Torc Programme

by Izabela Turek on September 28th, 2009

This summer marked the timely launch by CIMA, the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, of its new partnership with Torc to provide a programme of career support services for its 6000-strong membership in Ireland. The programme involves the delivery of a series of bespoke group workshops and individual one-to-one coaching sessions to assist those CIMA […]

Change Management & Risk

by Tony Roe on September 24th, 2009

Since Dr Peter Bacon first mooted the concept of a National Assets Management Agency (NAMA), to buy out the banks’ distressed property loans, a vigorous debate has ensued as to who is taking the major share of the risk: the taxpayer, the banks or the developers? This debate reminds us once again how the success […]

An Bord Snip Nua: The Change Management Implications

by Tom O'Connor on September 9th, 2009

Have you noticed how short the evenings are getting already. Or, is it just that this year we are all a little more sensitive to the post-summer blues – with so much talk about the recession, NAMA & the Lisbon re-run. The recent publication of the report from an Bord Snip Nua, is especially stark. […]

Interview Preparation: Pointers From Brian Cowen

by Tom O'Connor on September 8th, 2009

In America, the media go to great lengths to report on the choice of books an American President takes away on vacation. They see it as a way for the general public to get a better feel for the personality of their leader – a kind of extra window into his soul. (Maybe, my old […]