ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest Autocoder to ERP 1967 the year of 1401 with about three machines one at ESSO, one at BSES Santacruz, and a showcase IBM office at Ballard Estate in Mumbai, was a far cry from the statement in 1943 of Thomas Watson, IBM Chairman, “I think thereContinue reading “ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest”
Angel’s advocate: In Corporate history we often see the role played by Devil‘s Advocate and seldom we come across the use of Angel’s Advocate. The essence of Economics lies in risk taking without which bartering system would be in use even today. Risk taking is very essential to business where entrepreneurship is an expression ofContinue reading “Angel’s Advocate Measuring National Grid of Governance”
Announcing The Implementation of Chapter II Preventive Measures of United Nations Convention Against Corruption [UNCAC] for Organizations in Corporate & Government e Learning – Implementation – Assessment by IBCM
Extract from the book: Inactivity Based Cost management: Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Acountability Where does Governance exist? The interesting quote of Robert Doniger, [from Timeline by Michael Crichton], I’m not interested in the future; I’m interested in the future of the future, possibly has a clue. To-day was the futureContinue reading “Where does Governance exist?”
Dana Milbank writes in today’s Washington Post, Abolish the party committees, [http://t.co/p6b3qin] “The committees are behind the dehumanizing of lawmakers, causing the two parties to view each other not as colleagues but as targets. Through the party committees, Democratic lawmakers work to recruit, raise money and campaign for challengers to their Republican colleagues – andContinue reading “Government for the People”
IBCM defines Ethical Responsibility and Fiscal Responsibility. Ethical Responsibility could not have been defined but for the Role Models who appeared on this planet. An extract from the book on the occasion of the forthcoming Thanksgiving Day: There are four categories of people. 1. People of wisdom; 2. People pursuing knowledge; 3. People pursuing wealthContinue reading “Role Model – Thanksgiving”
A Rejoinder to the White Paper “Too Big to Regulate? Preventing Misconduct in the Private Sector” by IBCM What’s IBCM? Please click the video of 3.24” before you proceed further on the Rejoinder.
Search for intangible Protons, anti-protons, electrons, positrons etc. are the terms of the scientific community and one shall trust them as one has from Newton to Darwin to Einstein and leave those terms without affecting the day-to-day life of a common man. Business management too have those extra-ordinary terms to prove a point, such asContinue reading “Governance = Resolving Paradox”
Steps Corporate America should take for recovery of the World Economy: Shift the focus from Balance Sheet to Governance. Have the optimum control of Governance, based on the book, Inactivity Based Cost Management [IBCM]: Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability:
Vacuum is a space empty of matter, but cannot be explained without matter surrounding it. Antimatter is explained as antiparticle within matter and outside of it cannot be even thought about. Non-existence is relative to existence. All of them are in the same plane – matter. This is the law of nature. This is aContinue reading “Measuring Corporate Social Responsibility”
This is in response to the report in Accountancy Age titled:Lords Enquiry: accounting fuelled banking crisis: http://www.accountancyage.com/accountancyage/news/2272237/audit-enquiry-accounting written by Mario Christodoulou dated 26 Oct. 2010:
Note sent to President Obama can be found in the eMail forwarded to Kathleen Parker of Washington Post, responding to her article The economic crisis was a ‘inside job’ Wednesday, October 13, 2010 Dear Kathleen I read your article with great interest. I followed it up the same at the website of Inside Job andContinue reading “Note to President Obama – what’s the way out”
This is an extract from the book: Titled Inactivity Based Cost Management [IBCM]: Sub-titled: Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability. This extract is on cost consequence and the readers shall note that there is no separate chapter on Cost Consequence in the book but finds its way to several chapters.
Extract from the Book Titled: Inactivity based Cost Management; with the sub-title: Measurement of Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability 1995: Exposure Draft: Intangible Assets The year 1995 saw the introduction of exposure draft E50 for Intangible Assets. The stage was set to adopt new policies on changing industrial scene. When IAS 9 AccountingContinue reading “Intangible Asset is croupier’s delight.”