Employee performance optimisation – Series 1
Don’t all modern firms grapple with individual employee productivity issues? The modern firm wants to squeeze every bit of productivity out of its individual employee. Armed with an array of digital tools for email and calendar management, giant-sized cloud-based shared drives, collaborative tools like Trello and Evernote, and Virtual Private Network’s (VPNs), the modern firm… Continue reading
Are Sustainable Development Goals an answer to the NEETs challenge?
The Effectiveness Lab continues to harp on the subject of NEETs (not in education employment or training), and the challenge they pause for nation states, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. In this NEETs discourse, education and learning and the policy agenda that accompanies them, have been front-and-centre concerns. In this particular blog, we look at NEETs… Continue reading
Youth unemployment: is the thing in #UgandaDecides 2016!
The Effectiveness Lab’s last two blogs discussed NEETs – ‘Not in Employment, Education, or Training’ for both youth and post-youth, and the strategies for addressing the challenge head-on. Watching the Uganda Presidential debate last night from a quiet Nairobi suburb (Tweeter: #UgandaDecides), it is clear the NEETs challenge awaits whoever of the eight Ugandan presidential… Continue reading
NEETs – not in education, employment or training – Series 2 of 2
Blog 1 in this series ended on the note: ‘Our bigger worry at the Effectiveness Lab is a generation of NEETs post-youth – we shall call this ‘second-generation NEETs’. What about them? Look out for the second blog series next week.’ This second blog in the series discusses second-generation NEETs, but from the Uganda lens. The… Continue reading
Apollo B. Gabazira is an Ugandan OD. junkie fascinated by matters that render organisations/individuals effective or not. He blogs on effective leadership and management. He is a devoted green-farmer and breeds the Ayrshire cow at Nakabugu, Luuka district, Uganda. Apollo is quite effective at what he chooses to do.