Over the past 50 years, many managers, consultants and academics have applied Requisite Organization methodology in organisations across the globe.
Their experiences, reflections, learning and impressive results are recorded in the selection of documents below.
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|The Excesses of Executive PayIn light of the global economic downturn, no single topic has been more hotly debated in 2008 and 2009 than executive remuneration. Is there value in an objective measurement for determining pay?||Barry Deane|
|How to get the best from your sales people – Don’t pay them commission!There is no topic more likely to raise ire in the minds of executives than sales commissions. Salary-only sales roles offer so much more for both the company and sales reps.||Craig Tamlin|
|Why Volunteer Organisations Often FailMost are run by a committee of hard-working, dedicated individuals, that soon tire through frustration, overwork, and lack of processes. This paper discusses these problems and how to address them based on a Requisite Organization approach.||Craig Tamlin|
|Talent Pool Evaluation for Merging OrganizationsHow to make rapid, science-based, defensible staffing decisions.||E. Forrest Christian|
|Anatomy of a LeaderThe story of Denis Turcotte, CEO of Algoma Steel, who took the business from its second bankruptcy to one of the most profitable steel companies in North America.||Dr Gerald A. Kraines|
|Implementing Strategy at the Right LevelSustained Double Digit Growth at Specialty Chemicals Co.||E. Forrest Christian|
|Conquering Chaos: A Success Story to Encourage the Challenged Manager!How a senior manager restructured her function to deliver results and satisfied employees.||Michelle Malay Carter|
|Fully Tapping Employee Potential – Three Point ModelA powerful tool to restructure and manage your talent pool.||PeopleFit™|
|Business Systems Technology and the Workplace||Barry Deane|
Quantification and subjectivity in the workplace
Measures and mathematics are too often used inappropriately to monitor performance in organisations. As well as giving a false appearance of objectivity, such misuse will undermine system credibilty and employee commitment.
|Dr Herb Koplowitz|
|Organising for Resilience||Paul Barratt AO|
|Talent, Succession & Requisite Organization||The Corporate Executive Board|
|Submission to the Australian Productivity Commission Executive Remuneration Inquiry (2009)||Patrick Robitaille|
|A Gift for Managers||Sheila Deane|