This three-part series takes a good look at effectiveness and the case as well as evidence for turning effectiveness into a formal function at the modern organization. We need to stem the entrenched management recession at companies and the ensuing… Read More ›
On this final day of June 2019, we write our last blog, hopefully, on the Brexit melodrama and the lessons thereof. Learning From Brexit is aplenty for practitioners and students of management and leadership But rather than sharing more experiences… Read More ›
We told you – Boris is PM today and with the biggest majority since the 80’s!
First and foremost: the Effectiveness lab is keen to remind everyone that we are apolitical. While Brexit is a hotbed of political smear and innuendo, our focus is on the management/leadership lessons from Brexit. We are confident that Brexit has… 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 ›
This week’s blog concludes our Individuality monologues: the tendency to match human beings to global-average metrics (at times entirely meaningless for the individual) has been challenged. You just want to be you, after all, that is what makes you happy… Read More ›