How do we get the best out of people without breathing down someone’s neck, check on or want to know everything they are doing? In our household, and believe it we live such a zen life, we have made a… 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.
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. When individuals are authentic, they tend… Read More ›
At the Effectiveness lab, we have been debating the point at which CEO’s or Governors decide to induce comatose at organisations. Inducing comatose results in a deep state of unconsciousness as a result of administering the barbiturate drug – in… Read More ›
Blog Series 3 of ‘The end of ‘Gestapo’ accounting’ concluded on an interesting note: welcoming you all to the beginning of the end of traditional accounting. Whimsical stuff, many, mainly traditional accountants, will say. We have shown in the last… Read More ›
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 ›