Strategic management and Innovation

How to Evaluate the Team?

In business management, performance evaluation is very key in assuring productivity of your employee or team. Without performance evaluation, how then can you discern the ghost workers or reward productivity? There are so many other benefits that come with evaluating performance in your team or organization. It helps in identifying strengths and weaknesses of each member in the team so that each member is assigned to a role that best fits their abilities. Doing this alone can double productivity in the team.

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How to Focus on Work?

Concentration and productivity go together because you can’t achieve your goals if you are not focused. In truth, the biggest enemy of success is lack of focus. For us to remain on track towards achieving our objectives, one must know how to improve concentration and ensure that they remain focused on work. Read along and learn how to remain focused at work.

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Time Management: A Guide to Boost Productivity

Wе hаvе all bееn there: busy with оur jоbѕ аnd tаking care оf our fаmiliеѕ, wе hаvе tо-dо liѕtѕ a milе lоng. If we аrе luсkу, whеn we ѕtumblе intо bеd аt night, wе might have crossed off a handful оf tаѕkѕ. We have trouble ѕlеерing аѕ wе think about аll of the things wе fаilеd tо do. For ѕоmе rеаѕоn, in thе middlе оf the night, the ѕizе оf thеѕе tаѕkѕ iѕ еxаggеrаtеd. Whеn wе gеt uр the nеxt dау, wе аrе ѕlеер dерrivеd and rасkеd with guilt, rеаdу tо begin уеt another dау of bеing bеhind.

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6 Tips For Team Management

In business parlance, the focus of management is to remain in business irrespective of the complexity that bedevils it. Success demands to stay competitive, but competition is merely a means to ends and not the ends itself. As such, management and managers, therefore, do more to remain relevant; reacting to business vagaries, the oddity of globalization and squaring up with negative externalities in their domain merely to meet the end; “corporate goals and vision.”

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A Culture of Results: You Can’t Manage What You Don’t Measure

What is your decision-making based on, is it intuition, opinions, or data? If you want to avoid bad decisions, everyone must be taken into account. However, a particular decision factor deserves your attention: the data. Without clear metrics, it is impossible to understand whether the results have been achieved. So the path to take is creating what we call a results-oriented culture.

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A New Era of Project Management For Service Companies

Until the mid-2000s, it was very difficult to hear about agile project management methods. The most modern IT teams in more flexible companies were probably testing these methods in software design and maintenance. After over ten years, we can only hear of agile methods. If you do not have agile principles in managing your projects, you have become anachronistic. However, is this true? Alternatively, we are facing a wave created to sell consultancies and courses to the new generations?

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Eight Vital Documents For the Project Control

Documents are not only used by the likes of museum and bureaucratic stuff. They are an intricate part of any company’s day-to-day, and for overriding what is required to achieve good project control. After all, there is no control without information. And, there is no information without any records.

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[TEST] What Kind of Professional Are You? Take the Enneagram Test and Find It Out

You have probably heard of, or even taken those “Facebook Tests.” Yes, surprisingly these tests have actually been enormously successful, regardless of how unreliable they may seem at first. They are mainly used to find out if you are going to be successful this year and what historical figure you were in a previous life. There are even some that tell you what would be your name if you were a planet. So, all right then: The Enneagram Test, the test we are addressing here is going to help you discover you are in a professional sense.

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Everyone aware of their roles: a matrix for assigning task-owners

Have you ever stopped to reflect on the complexity of producing a film? Take Hollywood productions, for example. Hundreds, and sometimes even thousands of professionals can be involved in the making of a blockbuster movie. From the head of special effects to individual make-up artists, everyone needs to know exactly what he or she needs to be doing so that everything stays on schedule and goes ahead as planned. A little slip can be catastrophic. When that same level of complexity starts to appear in the corporate world, it’s essential to find a tool in the mould of the RACI matrix.

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