Browsing Archive: December, 2009

PAY STRUCTURES ARE ILLOGICAL

Posted by Sbu Consultants cc on Thursday, December 10, 2009, In : Management Architecture 

Human capital experts tell the world that the payment structure in a workplace is based on a logical formula consisting of complex variables namely the function complexity, skill scarcity, skill criticality, undesirability, risk, accountability and responsibility. It is rational expectation that the higher the indicator on a variable the higher the compensation.

It is also sensible to conclude that work experience and academic qualifications assist the recruiters to determine the best candidat...


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SKILL SHORTAGE

Posted by Sbu Consultants cc on Saturday, December 5, 2009, In : Management Architecture 

The skills shortage that is loudly pronounced in the so called developing nations is nothing but a fallacy. This perception of skills shortage is skilfully designed to cheat workers of their true labour’s worth and so is the abused concept of productivity. This in turn instills a sense of helplessness and powerlessness amongst workers which then fuels exploitation.

The skills shortage phenomenon reflects a failure in people management processes marred by the bad culture of managing by egos a...


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TALENT MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES

Posted by Sbu Consultants cc on Saturday, December 5, 2009, In : Management Architecture 

Many developing and underdeveloped countries are suffering from the brain drain phenomenon. African countries in particular are loosing people with technical qualifications and experience that have been acquired through enormous public funds. It is worth noting that macroeconomic factors and political dynamics are widely mentioned while micro-economic factors remain hidden on the blind spot of social commentary. It is at micro-economic level where factors such as white supremacy, foolishness ...


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FLAWED ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE PARADIGM

Posted by Sbu Consultants cc on Saturday, December 5, 2009, In : Strategy Architecture 

The fresh perspective on the form and nature of an enterprise requires external and internal designs. The external initiative, including environmental regulation of the market to dislodge the hegemony of international corporations (through series of pro-worker controlled enterprise legislation and active program of action for their promotion) include tax incentives, anti-competition busting interventions, revolutionary procurement policies and well resourced law enforcement against deviations...


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