Tag: Management

  • Why are Managers afraid of Remote-Work

    Why are Managers afraid of Remote-Work

    I have been on both sides of the fence spending many years in managerial positions and being one of the “workers”, most of my working life I have spent in the Software Technology industry.

  • The Basics Of Starting Your Healthcare Business

    The Basics Of Starting Your Healthcare Business

    Healthcare is, without doubt, a booming industry to venture into if you have the necessary expertise and qualifications. As per the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the US national healthcare expenditure will reach $6.2 trillion by 2028.

  • 3 Things You Need For A Basic Business Continuity Plan

    3 Things You Need For A Basic Business Continuity Plan

    A business continuity plan (BCP) is an incredibly important part of your business plan. As much as you might love your current business plan, if it doesn’t have a BCP it will not last for long. It’s the best fight back against major disruption. Even if a government decides to give businesses a stimulus to […]

  • A video chat with Marcus Udokang The Inquisitive Analyst

    A video chat with Marcus Udokang The Inquisitive Analyst

    Last week I was on the Inquisitive Analyst show, where The Inquisitive Analys Marcus Udokang chats with business analysts and project managers about their challenges and triumphs, their ideas, and their contribution to their field.

  • How To Serve Your Online Clients More Efficiently

    How To Serve Your Online Clients More Efficiently

    According to research, about 86% of customers would be glad to pay a lot more for a better customer experience both in-person and online. Good customer experience is also known to drive the loyalty of customers as compared to merely having quality products. It shows how important customers rate their experience and why it shouldn’t […]

  • Four Ways To Improve Your Workforce

    Four Ways To Improve Your Workforce

    Improving your workforce is something that most businesses will often work on by allocating a staff training budget in order to help grow their abilities in the role they do. However, there’s a lot more than a business owner can do in order to support and improve your workforce in general. Here are four ways […]

  • The world can’t afford to drop the ball again

    The world can’t afford to drop the ball again

    We are all sharing a similar experience with the coronavirus pandemic, which we all remember in the future as the 2020 coronavirus outbreak. Each country has adopted different restrictions, we still all affected by what has taken place.

  • Are organizational structures needed

    Are organizational structures needed

    …. what about an idea to unravel the corset from organizational charts and strict, merciless structures, to clean up with outdated views, to allow liberties and to give new impetus to internal processes.

  • How to hold people accountable on your team

    How to hold people accountable on your team

    As my career in Tech has gone on since the early 1980s, I like to share a few experiences I have learned. Today I like to share with you my experience in leading teams and specifically on how to hold people accountable on your team.

  • You have a problem if you are always busy

    You have a problem if you are always busy

    We all have the same amount of time, each day – 24 hours or 1 440 minutes or 86 400 seconds, nothing more nothing less.