Pole Shift Theory of Management for Investors in People (IIP) Standard

Pole Shift Theory of Management for Investors in People (IIP) Standard critically looks at IIP and exhorts to shift the focus of analysis from ‘effect’ on Objects to ’cause’ of energy force i.e the Subject.

School of Management, Cranfield University Research Study of The Investors in People (IIP) Standard states: Quote: The Investors in People (IIP) Standard is a UK quality standard introduced in 1991. Currently about 31% of the workforce are employed either by organisations that are recognised as Investors in People employers or organisations working towards achieving recognition status. IIPUK’s Delivery Partners currently work with almost 40,000 organisations employing over 7.5 million people and engage with new organisations on a daily basis, which highlights its potential impact on the UK economy. The Standard’s main objective is to improve organisational performance through the management and development of people. Unquote.

Organisational performance through management of Intangible Value Capital, as suggested by IBCM© Research would improve substantially with measurable valuation of Action and Inaction of tasks, where there is no bottom-up or top-down hierarchical approach to management as Investors look at an organisation as a single force energy represented by People.

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

Madam President – EVM an instrument of a Constitutional Crisis: #EVM – My letter to CEC on Reply of ECI on Issues raised by Shri V.V. Rao

My letter dated 24th February 2012 to CEC ECI (You can download the file from http://bit.ly/zVPH7K), is sent to President Smt. Pratibha Patil on the next day as below:

EVM an instrument of a Constitutional Crisis

The Honourable President of India

I am pleased to attach my letter to Chief Election Commissioner Dr. Quraishi on the subject of:

EVM – My observation on Reply of the Commission on Issues raised by Shri V.V. Rao
– vide letter No. 51/8/16/9/2009-EMS (Vol-IX) Dated: 29th March, 2010, from ELECTION
COMMISSION OF INDIA, Nirvachan Sadan, Ashoka Road, New Delhi 110 001 from Shri K.N.BHAR.
The letter analyses in detail the emergence of EVM as an instrument denying the fundamental rights of the people of India and at the same time outsourcing the responsibility and accountability of the Election Commission of India.

I request you to kindly look into my letter bringing to the fore the potential but inevitable constitutional crisis on continued use of EVM. Continue reading

மைக்ரோ சிப்புக்குள் மக்களாட்சித் தேர்தல்: (Democratic Election inside a Micro Chip)

I am happy to reproduce an Article from a Tamizh Magazine Thamizhini June 2010 (www.tamizhini.com) Author: Elango Kallaanai: World should know how Indian General Elections 2009 was 100% rigged: I shall be posting the English version of the same soon. I am keen this article is also posted in Hindi considering the upcoming elections in UP.

Elango has done a great job of highlighting the EVM faults and citizens of India have the right to know how they are being fooled. World’s largest democracy is ruled by the biggest crooks the world has witnessed. Please note the article was published in 2010 when 2G scam was yet to hit the headlines and Raja continued to be Cabinet Member of UPA2.

I have also added some images from http://indiaevm.org/media.html who have been responsible in highlighting the EVM frauds and recommend readers to visit the site mentioned. – Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

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Corporate Critical Density

Preview of the book:

Corporate Critical Density

Leveraging Companies to Occupy Wall Street

(with a case-study on Unilever Sustainable Living Plan)

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Proposal to the Government of Tamil Nadu – Intangible Measuring Governance & deriving Governance-deficit

I give below the executive summary and Table of Contents of my proposal to the State Government of Tamil Nadu for measuring Governance and Governance-deficit of the State. Governments are dependent on Corporate on Revenue generation and Corporate is least interested in Government’s Social Responsibility initiatives. Governments have to know what Corporate is doing. My proposal to the Government of Tamil Nadu is how to become efficient by themselves and initiate bringing Corporate into Social Responsibility. Main say will be the people. The people of Tamil Nadu are indeed rich with great abilities that I have suggested how to introduce the concept of Governance right from the school level.

Please do have an opinion and you are welcome. Those NGOs who are in education please feel free to be in touch with me.

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

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How Intangible stimulates Economic Growth, Jobs Creation & Build Value Capital?


In a recent web-conference hosted by Ms.Mary Adams of IC Knowledge Center, Mr.Ken Jarboe, President, Athena Alliance, gave a presentation – ‘Intangible Assets as Sources of Increased Productivity and Enterprise Value‘ – A Personal Summary of the Conference – “New Building Blocks for Jobs and Economic Growth – May 16th-17th 2011 – sponsored by OECD, Athena Alliance, Kauffman, The Conference Board, McDonough School of Business of Georgetown University and the National Academics’. This paper is in response to the Background paper for the conference session – “Emerging Measures for Strategic Management” and “Global Competition and Collaboration” To download the paper please check below. Continue reading