We believe in the power of people, and want to help organizations to gain the best from their talent. Organizational agility is determined to a great extent by the agility of the people that make up the organization.
But how can an organization recognize and then make use of this bundled developmental power? With this book we want to help you to utilize optimally the unique power of your human capital.
Marijn Tielemans (1966) studied Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Want to buy a personally signed copy or get in touch with one of the authors to ask him question or share your thoughts?
In pop culture these days, we only hear about spies if they’re starring in a movie, or if their leader is sleeping with his biographer. Thanks largely to the ubiquity of digital devices, those classic, Bond-style gadgets we associate with spies have long been outmoded. A precision miniature audio tape recorder was built in Switzerland to the highest possible standards. Well-preserved rat with a Velcroed body cavity that was used by Americans in Moscow for exchanges of information without agents’ actually meeting.
But most of these objects, tools of the trade over a half-century, are not the stuff of the “Mission Impossible” franchise; they are almost all deliberately mundane.
There are also larger objects here that reveal, more dramatically, that technological sophistication is not a requirement, nor is it something that necessarily increases over time. In a blog post dated March 31, 2012, I reported that Google and Twitter had both been placed on 20-year probation, and must undergo annual privacy audits.

If the FTC had imposed that $16,000 per violation penalty, it would've been sufficient to put both Google and Twitter out-of-business. In a blog post dated November 30, 2011, I reported that Facebook had settled with the FTC for numerous privacy violations going back into 2010. Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a lengthy post on the company's official blog on Tuesday.
To ensure that Facebook did a better job, Zuckerberg said the company had created two new corporate privacy officer positions to oversee Facebook products and policy.
In its complaint, the FTC said that Facebook had repeatedly violated laws against deceptive and unfair practices.
Facebook's Timeline feature, which it rolled out for all users on February 29, 2012, has been a subject of much controversy because of the huge potential for even more privacy violations. As you can readily see, user privacy is a huge concern, and the FTC has come down hard on both Google, Twitter and Facebook. And how can an organization provide the meaning that people seek, by which they are motivated? This book provides insight into the relationships and application of all relevant components of agile talent management.
After his study, he worked with PwC’s Human Resource Services Group as a director and advised organizations on HRM, talent management and pensions.
Which is maybe not surprising, given the sensitive nature of the job--but still, whence comes the fake-mustache-and-secret-recorder spy culture of yore? There are plenty of secret disguise aids, like a reversible cape, and recording devices abound, from the shoe-borne variety to a super-sensitive recorder, developed by Swiss scientists, that can be worn under your clothes. Today, we walk around with whole gigabytes of data on our person--but for decades, transporting a piece of text or audio was a matter of life and death. When the Commission issues a consent order on a final basis, it carries the force of law with respect to future actions. For example, it said Facebook promised users that it would not share personal information with advertisers, but it did.

Luckily people by their very nature feel the need to develop themselves, to be successful and to deliver a meaningful contribution.
With the concepts that we present here organizations can create the right context for their most-important quality: agility.
He is also co-owner of Syca, a dynamic IT service-provider that offers solutions for optimal information provision in the Dutch market. He supports organizations with the implementation of talent management as a driver of a performance- and result-oriented culture.
Grown people sprinkling dust (nitrophenylpentadienal) on objects to track the movements of whoever touched them?
Attorney's also use social sites to gather evidence they can use in lawsuits and divorce cases. He has worked for a diverse group of companies (Polaroid, AkzoNobel, ING, Tyco and as partner for PwC).
He is an executive lecturer at Nyenrode Business University in the field of HRM, Executive Reward & Strategy. More recently he held executive positions at Philips in Amsterdam (2000-2004) and Novartis in Basel, Switzerland (2004-2011). All of espionage can easily seem like a kid’s game, except for the trails of blood and insight that are invariably left in its wake.
He is a professor at Nyenrode Business University in the field of HRM, Executive Reward & Strategy and a member of the Nyenrode Corporate Governance Institute.

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