At the end of series one, we promised to outline research and evidence regarding the manifestations of classic organisations. And other than pretend that we can teach organisation class, we opined that working backwards from manifestations of class at organisations,… 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.
It’s apparent from series 1 that organisational culture is a vital part of an organisation’s machinery and its optimal functionality. You can’t choose, if you are a smart leader or owner, not to pay attention to culture and its hygiene… Read More ›
We start with the definition of culture: …organisational culture is “the shared basic assumptions, values, and beliefs that characterise a setting and are taught to newcomers as the proper way to think and feel, communicated by the myths and stories… Read More ›
So we are back to complete the dialogue on timekeeping and if, it’s an education matter. Last week ended on the note below: “So, are you surprised that the people, especially from the above school generation can’t keep time, without… Read More ›
For the next two blogs, the Effectiveness lab is discussing the concept of time, its management and education. Is time-management taught formally in schools? Should it be or not? Is the approach to teaching time-management, right? Not long ago, we… Read More ›
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 ›
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 ›