Ever wonder why your project was not successful? This video is an exert from the movie “Pentagon Wars” released in 1998… This is extra funny because it is so true and demonstrates clearly the phenomenon of scope creep!
More insight from the CEO of the century! If only more senior managers understood the importance of the right people for the right job in their organisation; when they hire wrong, instead of thinking they look stupid, just got on with correcting the mistake. Imagine a world where managers were candid with staff and did […]
I am sure I have worked with people trained by George Costanza from Seinfeld; here are the signs managers need to look out for to weed-out theses types. Career Advice: What are your favorite methods for looking busy at work.
As they say you learn something new every day. Well today was one of those days… I learned the 4 magic phrases to respond to any question, further they also allow you to find out more information from the person asking the question and finally buy you more time to think about further answers… The […]
Ever wondered why Jack Welch was so successful? Here is why…
The article below came to me through linkedin and it is the truest thing I have read for some time… When the Worst Performers are the Happiest Employees – At Work – WSJ. Jack Welch sums up the need for Candor in the work place, including honest feedback and performance reviews which give the opportunity […]
I found this article very interesting, it seems spot on. The science of traffic jams explained via The science of traffic jams explained in new infographic | CarAdvice.
When you’re an entrepreneur there are sure to be times when you’re down and want to give up; that’s when this little gem can assist you. Inspiration for the Downtimes (Infographic) | Entrepreneur.com.
This came to me in Linkin today, and I thought that was a useless feature! It's fine to get an MBA but don't be an MBA | LinkedIn.
Simon Sinek: If You Don’t Understand People, You Don’t Understand Business on Vimeo on Vimeo via Simon Sinek: If You Don't Understand People, You Don't Understand Business on Vimeo.