Top management blog posts of 2009

The last 12 months has been a major shift for the team at RapidBI. As a way of looking back here are the most read blog entries in the last 12 months.

What was Hot….?

  1. Leadership models
  2. Learning Styles – Honey & Mumford Learning Styles Questionnaire (LSQ)
  3. PESTLE analysis for schools and education
  4. Ansoff matrix – product market grid – Management theory & model
  5. Training Needs Analysis TNA
  6. Models for use in leadership, change, projects and management
  7. Writing a training session or lesson plan – templates
  8. 25 great tips on employee engagement – morale boosters
  9. Training Needs Analysis Template – TNA sample
  10. Sample Key Performance Indicators – KPIs
  11. Porters five forces

 

What was not…?

  1. Change management – approach and models
  2. How to Write a SWOT analysis
  3. Stop Start Continue Change – a Management and facilitation Model
  4. Who owes what to who…?
  5. Organisational Diagnosis and diagnostics
  6. 5 common mistakes in SWOT analysis
  7. Diagnosing Organisational Culture
  8. Managing Change in Organisations
  9. Employee Engagement – the solution in difficult times?

Strange as there are some topic overlaps!! I suspect it is because many of these less read posts are in fact early ones, at a time when the blog was not getting the same traffic as it is now.

What will be hot in 2010.. come back in 12 months to find out!


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About Mike Morrison

Mike Morrison is a consultant and change agent specialising in developing skills in senior people to increase organizational performance.
Mike is also founder & director of RapidBI, an organizational effectiveness consultancy.

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