Our May blogs: The DNA of the Disorganised, When Planning becomes a waste of time, The Spare tyre; when do we need spare? discussed various aspects of order and disorder. When does order or disorder lead to effectiveness and efficiency… 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.
Hello, friends – this last blog in the April 2016 Effectiveness lab series, explores a subject that fascinates many in Africa, specifically East Africa. The obsession with high levels of Intelligence Quotient (IQ) and the accompanying A+ ‘accreditation’ at school…. Read More ›
The last three blogs in this ‘Employee Performance Optimisation’ series focused on individual and team performance optimisation, as well as the strategy for delivering the two optimisations. This blog, the fourth and last in the series, focuses on the organising structure for… Read More ›
Blog series one and two discussed ‘individual’ and ‘team’ performance optimisation respectively. This blog, the third in this particular series, delves into how employers can execute strategy for performance optimisation, for both individual staff and teams. Blog series one ended… Read More ›
Last week’s blog discussed individual employee performance optimisation. This week’s blog continues the discourse on employee performance optimisation, but from the lens of a team. One may assume that when companies fail at optimising individual employee performance, they, in turn, will… Read More ›
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… Read More ›
The Effectiveness Lab started the year 2016 discussing soft-marketing as well as asking why companies spend millions on hard and not soft–marketing. Companies should get the same outcomes or even more, if they invest company resources, both money and time, in developing… Read More ›