Recently, I wrote a post on some good websites. As I surf, I bookmark sites that I found uniquely informative. So here goes my latest findings.
Best practices are always informative since they give you examples of what companies are top in various corporate matters. The problem is that they are usually fragmented and widely dispersed among many sources. Well, PricewaterhouseCoopers solved the problem. They have a Best Practices website that has a comprehensive menu of best practices —
First note that the menu on the left has navigation to more than best practices. There is benchmarking, best companies and more. Next note the variety of business processes menu that you may view.
Nice job PWC.
Next there is The Top 100 Management and Leadership Blogs That All Managers Should Bookmark. Thanks to the site HR World, you can find blogs that are organized into sub categories. Now you can find out what people are saying on topics such as Leadership, Creativity and Inspiration, Self-Awareness and more. This was an excellent find and is well worth a visit.
Since I write about Corporate Governance, I had to list Corporate Directors Forum’s Useful Corporate Governance Websites. They have the sites organized by —
Those interested in Corporate Governance now have a one-stop-shop for finding needed information.
Finally a interesting blog My CEO Life —
The Category menu is robust and “Running a Business on Skype” seems like a must read. The topics are somewhat unique and are thought provoking.
Now it is your turn to post your Sites To Visit.
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