This blog on th!nk!ng, concludes our February 2017 ‘How not to…..’ sequel. We all think and moreover in a particular manner, for as long as we are awake and conscious. Growing up as a child in Nakabugu Village Uganda, our… Read More ›
I fundamentally believe that the most important asset for any organisation (including family) is its people (staff). Organisations that get the best out of its people, shall get ahead of the others in the race for productivity and effectiveness.
Last Friday, over dinner with a professional acquaintance – a mid-career professional lady, the words: ‘communication 101’ were used Those of you familiar with the ‘101 course’ concept will know that it’s used to identify introductory courses at University –… Read More ›
Friends, how great it is that you have all made it to 2017 So, as you embark on yet another year in your life, what are you planning to do more, the same or less of? We know that many of… Read More ›
Merry Christmas to you all from Nakabugu in Uganda! So, we concluded blog series 1, the ‘false dichotomy – employees running personal micro-enterprises’ with a question: What fails private micro-enterprises in Uganda? On this 25th Day of December 2016, and… Read More ›
There are four factors of production – land, capital, labour, and entrepreneurship. In the past one needed all four to run a viable enterprise; however, in an increasingly digital and networked world, you may only need a combination of two… Read More ›
Whenever we discuss how effective CEO’s are at their jobs, there is a tendency to look out for the traditional variables and use them to assess the success or failure of our leaders. Indeed, certain individual variables have traditionally driven… Read More ›