Reavis Hilz-Ward is a published author and frequently called upon to comment for press on themes from corporate conscience to contemporary leadership and governance. Her international credentials, multi-lingual capabilities and experience in the public and private sector provide a unique backdrop against which she sets her incisive intellect and erudite character. Her regular BLOG will visit the ‘top-of-mind’ themes that are challenging leaders and markets today and include employee engagement, organizational health, global diversity and many more. To read more of her published work, see below.
“Interkultureller Geschäftserfolg”, Hochschule Aschaffenburg, 2015. Reavis bundled her knowledge and experience in creating success around the world into a textbook and course for university students eager to work internationally.
“Vorsichtig, Fettnäpfchen”, in the monthly business magazine of the International Chamber of Commerce, Frankfurt, October 2015. Sharing specific recommendations for Germans to improve their cultural competence in dealings with the US.
“Risk Performance Management: Chancen für ein besseres Rating”, Gabler Verlag, 2009 (Co-Editor with Dr. Oliver Everling). Reavis pioneered authorship of the first book in German language on combining risk and performance management in a single strategic approach.
“Measuring Results: Measuring Donor Performance”, in Development and Cooperation, 2009. This article on improving aid effectiveness laid out a strategy for introducing performance goals and KPIs for development cooperation organisations, using evaluations and comparing results with other similar organisations. This fresh approach to benchmark performance standards could then be used to either extract higher performance or support resource allocation decisions.
”The development of a new business model for the Infodotal software GmbH” in Janovsky/Khashabian/Pilarek, Management-Kompetenz durch Fallstudientechnik, Gabler Verlag, 2006. A pivotal chapter in this major book offering case studies for developmental use that expose managers to situations that could arise in their working lives and give them practice in solving complex issues – a profound tool in employee engagement, empowerment and retention.
“Financing international PPP projects: Who, what, how” (German Title: Förder- und Finanzierungsstrukturen für PPPs – Wer, was, wie) in the PPP-International Manual of the German Ministry of the Economy (Hoeppner, Gerstlberger, Public Private Partnership International – Ein Unternehmerleitfaden für PPP-Engagements im Ausland) 2004. This chapter describes in detail the existing financing possibilities and organisations, their particular focus and requirements, and explains how to obtain financing for different types of PPP projects.
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