Monthly Archives: July 2010

The “relativity theory” in relation to benchmarking

The central idea behind the relativity theory (Vision of Galileo Galilei) is that the laws of mechanics and physics in general, are not allowed to be dependent on the speed of the observer in relationship to other observers. But what if we could give … Continue reading

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3D Organizational cost and performance benchmarking, fiction or reality ?

A lot of worldwide famous benchmark companies have action plans on how to create and deliver a benchmark report: reality checks, peer group comparisons, certifications and the most remarkable one that your company can win a price! The benchmark research results are … Continue reading

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