Based on series 1, it’s not far fetched to consider the internet in Uganda, a tool that aids the exclusion of other people, mostly the poor and vulnerable, by creating a unique and privileged class of users. Indeed, in conclusion,… Read More ›
We 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.
Many a time, we assume that all of us are good internet-citizens. And that without the internet, we can’t survive. Well, not really, apparently, 54% of our countrymen and women in Uganda are off the internet, and they haven’t died,… Read More ›
They come and go – and it’s only right that we let go when called upon to do so. After all, even if we didn’t want to let go, we ain’t God!
Organisational citizenship deals with the actions and behaviors that are not required by workers, but benefit the team and encourage even greater organizational functioning and efficiency. And it’s something many organisations take for granted – how wrong they are! “Good organisational… Read More ›
Originally posted on Gabazira's blog:
At the Effectiveness lab, we believe in the authenticity of character – others may like to call it integrity. Whatever name you want to call it, it is all about: personal genuineness or originality.…
This week’s blog concludes our Individuality monologues: the tendency to match human beings to global-average metrics (at times entirely meaningless for the individual) has been challenged. You just want to be you, after all, that is what makes you happy… Read More ›
Let’s start off this week’s blog, the second in the series ‘You are more effective when you choose to be you,’ by making it very clear that we aren’t calling for rebellion or dissent in companies, families and other social… Read More ›
There is this fascinating book – The end of average by Todd Ross that resonates with our tendency to question why what is right or best is usually associated with a specific pre-agreed standard/norm. The book encourages you to look… Read More ›
In last week’s blog, we explored what you learned in 2018. We asked if you re-skilled/up-skilled or de-skilled and also delved into the expertise vs. skills dichotomy. We concluded that expertise only remains potent when you continue to re-skill/up-skill. To… Read More ›