Dec 312015
 

What would you do if you had the equivalent of an extra 30 working days every year to spend as you wish? Would you use it to travel, spend time with family, finish that DIY project at home, read that book you have been yearning to get to, take up a new hobby, get fit, take up a training course, or go out and find more business?

More free time for you will have knock-on effects for productivity within your business, and other aspects of your life. The following steps are guaranteed to increase your personal productivity and free up 240 hours or more of your time. Continue reading »


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Nov 302015
 

Being an innovative organisation is about cultivating an organisational culture that is dynamic, creative, continuously experimenting and constantly evolving. To accomplish this, you need to convince staff to become involved with contributing suggestions as well as the implementation thereof and to foster a habit of highlighting challenges, identifying root causes and taking effective preventative action. This may sound incredibly simple, yet the majority of organisations either struggle to get it right or think they have got it right, but are frustrated that the results are not living up to their expectations.  Continue reading »


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Jan 312015
 

Do any of these sound familiar? “I am always busy”, “I do not really have the time” and “There are not enough hours in the day”. If these phrases ring true for you, I would like to challenge you to start mapping your movement at work. You may just be very surprised at what you find. Your map does not have to be 100% to scale – lines drawn with free hand will show you what you need to see. Continue reading »


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Jul 302014
 

During a recent project where we were assisting the HR department of one of our clients to successfully address some of their challenges, one of the issues that they raised was their frustration with supervisors who were not completing forms correctly. They had developed an easy step-by-step “how to” guide for the supervisors and have given them training, but they were still receiving forms that had been completed incorrectly. When we enquired from the HR department what they did when they received an incorrectly completed form, they told us that they corrected it themselves, because they felt obligated. Continue reading »


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