Hello, 2020, the annus horibillis is behind us. Is it? And, don’t we have every reason to justify why we didn’t do whatever we wanted done. It’s human nature. Yes, it’s the year 2021 now, and already many things have… 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.
Well well well – we write about matters effectiveness on this blog, mostly from the OD. lens. Yet this time around, it’s COVID-19 that has effectively dealt with our household. If it were a football match – we are beaten…. Read More ›
At the Effectiveness Lab, we present our thoughts via the effectiveness/efficiency lens. We are efficacy-junkies and ultimately would wish for all that we do as individuals to be rated top because it’s quintessential; and not because we carry individual perceptions… Read More ›
In a system where a social safety net is a dream, the tendency to opt for the ‘self-service’ option is a route many of you have and shall continue to choose. We have observed a trend in the choice of… Read More ›
This week we discuss organisation vs. individual culture dilemma. Should we work for organisations that share the same culture orientation as us? And, what is on offer for organisation culture? Mono or poly culture? Traditionally, culture at organisations tends to… Read More ›
When it comes to COVID-19 prevention, there is a not very visible bottleneck: policy enforcement vs. culture/mindset enigma. This is a true story originating from Buliike, Luuka district, a few kilometres from Nakabugu, our other ancestral base. Now, COVID-19 has… Read More ›
Oooh, Uganda! May God Uphold Thee…!! We ended series one of this blog, wailing to God our Lord, to uphold Uganda, laying our future in thy hand and hoping that as a people we remain free and united. Indeed –… Read More ›