Month: May 2015

The bad side of effectiveness

Apparently, for you and me to acquire the certification effective, at what we think and do, requires us to deliver expected outcomes for self and organisations. Really simple, is it not? There are many references to effectiveness: in strategic plans, scientific… Read More ›

It is not bad to fail!

People hate ‘failing’ and will do everything not to associate with perceived failure. I suppose, failure takes something away from people and as such we hate it. The usual human response to failure is: to deny, hide, repackage, massage, or… Read More ›