The rising negativity in employee relations is lethal to the success of your business. Poor relationships between staff members can stir chaos and also make people dread going to work each day. This is actually happening more often now and without proper management intervention, it could potentially lead to the deterioration of the entire organisation. […]
We see a lot of tips online on how to craft a professional resume – and tonnes too on how to make a successful hire. How do you weed out the bad matches and keep the best match for your organisation? Now, a traditional resume may be necessary for anyone who’s looking for a job […]
Why do you need workforce planning? In today’s talent-based economy, workforce planning is definitely a must-have practice in any company. Yes, while size does matter, small- to large-scale companies will largely benefit from an effective and innovative workforce planning system. This arguably the most important tangible asset of most organizations regardless of industry. Despite its […]
Everything is moving fast. It’s this time of the era that says you have to keep up or be left behind. While there is a price to pay for success, innovation has its advantages that belong to brands that want success gravely enough. Innovation is often associated with the introduction of new products or services […]
In a technologically driven economy, it is a must for every business to be in the know of information management systems. Knowledge has always been the core or power of every business entity; and so are skills and of course, technology. Computers are now the driving force of every organisation. you have to learn the […]
What’s the secret to achieving company success? How do you align performance goals to your brand? It all has to be in line with a robust performance management—these are the processes you put in place in the effort to measure and reward the abilities of your workforce to meet and exceed goals. Defining performance management […]
There is a risk in any endeavour – an unavoidable circumstance that which can be eliminated or minimised to a certain degree. Every project, whatever its size or complexity, carries with it a degree of uncertainty. Successful project managers understand this. They anticipate potential threats and have plans in place to manage any risks, should they occur at any point within a project’s timeline.
Lead with an iron fist and a velvet glove. It sounds a bit old fashion, but the principle holds true today. Yes, you definitely have to stand your ground as a project manager, but you have to be flexible. When you take on a project, you’re making a bet that you will confidently achieve your goals. You’re betting against yourself that you can get the job done within a set timeframe.
Managing people is a responsibility and entails meticulous planning. Ensuring a safe workplace for your manpower is key to claiming success in your business. Knowing that there is scarcity in manpower, both employees and employers know the balancing act of power and responsibility. Employees always have a choice to head to the exit door once they see that the system lacks care for employee safety and comfort in the workplace. This is a very important factor that many companies and even applicants should look into first before rummaging on other aspects of the business paradigm.
How do you implement “Kaizen”(a Japanese term for continuous improvement)? Regardless of organization size, communication is an important part of achieving success from day one. When things are meant to evolve and you are eyeing growth, ongoing and open communication is a must for any company. No shortcuts go with it. A continuous improvement initiative thrives in effective communication. You have got to manage the change to see real change and results that deliver within the company. It’s all a paradox but makes perfect sense.