Change is a constant factor in the life of all organisations. Most people fear change. More often than not, change is a constant distraction to company staff. Even excellent and focused employees can be unsettled by change. When staff are… 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.
We live and work with human beings and not robots. Every individual on earth has got a particular personality. An imprint that belongs to them only. Character develops by the time we are six years old, and it is challenging… Read More ›
This blog is a continuation of the People OV sub-series, the last in the Effective organisation series. The blog delves into another critical lever of the T.L.C for employees theme – individual performance management. We just can’t do away with human… Read More ›
Call it what you want, but when we encourage: non-mutual communication, an over-bearing instead of constructively engaging and two way thought influencing process, communication wherein the more senior person controls the ‘ideation and sharing’ space – communication stops to be… Read More ›
We have discussed enough, we believe, about the Leadership, Strategy, and Design OV’s. We have shown how the interconnectedness of the three OV’s is a prerequisite for creating signature value at organisations. This state of OV’s being connected with one… Read More ›
This week’s blog is the beginning of the Effectiveness lab’s discourse on the People OV, the last of the Effective organisation series. The most important asset for any organisation (including the family) is its people. Organisations that get the best… Read More ›
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 ›