By Marlene Chism Delegation is supposed to leverage an executive’s precious time. However, ineffective delegation wastes time and resources, lowers morale and contributes to confusion. This article showcases a practical example of how ineffective delegation wastes time and how leaders can use delegation to leverage time and speed up decision-making. Delegation wastes time when the … Read moreHow ineffective delegation wastes time and hampers productivity
By Michael Hart In late 2014, I completed an academic study in conjunction with a business masters degree through the University of Leicester in the UK. The title of the thesis was “Conscious Human Intention in the Workplace” and it focused on the theories surrounding our abilities as humans to energetically influence the world around … Read moreConscious Human Intention in the Workplace
By: Jim Moran The short answer is, of course, “Never!”. Unless we have a proprietary solution to a global problem and no competitors, we always need to be fine tuning our processes to survive in a world of razor thin margins. And we’re not just talking about improving processes to make more profit. If we … Read moreWhen can we stop improving?