Why cultural differences aren’t responsible for bad bosses and employees Missouri business professor, Arthur Jago, has demonstrated that we make way too much of culture as a force behind an employee’s— and by extension, a leader’s— behavior. In his recent paper, published in European Management Journal, Jago revisits data gathered from 14 countries. Are Hofstede’s..
For the first time a Danish state workplace sent jobs overseas. 35 Filipino IT workers have for a half year been working with monitoring and testing tasks for Energinet.dk. The relocation has not led to layoffs in Denmark, says IT Director. In many years you have heard of Danish jobs moving abroad, but so far..
When your CEO doesn’t care, your seat is getting hot Once again an American company go to the extreme and use outsourcing of IT as an instrument to cover-up missing leadership and bad management. It is a great paradox in a time where the world lack millions of software developers and IT professionals some CEO’s..