Thoughts on ways to improve the management of professional services firms

Monday, October 01, 2007

End Month Review - September 2007

It seems hard to believe that the first post on this blog was on 3 July last year (2006).

In the fourteen months since since I have written 172 posts, an average of just over twelve a month. As I noted in my August review, keeping posts up has been a bit of a struggle recently, but I am slowly getting back into rythym.

Looking at what people searched on over September to bring, them to this blog I found quite a variety. Just a few examples.

A search on Google Australia, web, on corporatisation brought Corporatisation, Corporate Structures and the Law - The Case For in at number 30.

A search on Google Swizterland, "das top management von professional service firms",found the front page of the blog up twice at number 31 and 32.

A search on Google, salaries australia graduate lawyer brought Law, Life Style and Legal Salaries in Australia in at number 2.

A search on Google Israel, managing professionals, brought the front page in at 6.

A search on Google UK, web, professional service firms, brought the front page in at 8.

A search on Google, maslow's hierarchy pyramid, graphics, brought Problems with Performance Pay in at 6. This does in fact include a graphic. I get a steady stream of hits on maslow.

Finally a search on Google, What contributions to the management of professional service firms can a business school graduate provide?, brought the front page in at 1.

Just a small sample, but I always find patterns interesting.

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