The perfect home office is not about the perfect desk or the perfect chair. It’s about creating a space that makes you feel comfortable and allows you to be productive. And, contrary to popular belief, you don’t need a lot of space to create a great home office. With a little bit of creativity, you can turn any room in your house into a work-from-home haven.
When it comes to problem solving, some people seem to be naturally gifted while others struggle. But what separates the two groups? According to recent research, three key factors promote effective problem solving: cognitive flexibility, willingness to take risks, and openness to experience. In this blog post, we’ll explore each of these factors in more detail and see how you can use them to improve your problem solving skills.
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If you’re an entrepreneur, you know that one of the most important things you can do is de-risk your business. But what does that mean, exactly? In this blog post, we’ll explore five effective strategies for de-risking your business. By implementing these strategies, you’ll be in a better position to weather any storms that come your way.
The pandemic has permanently altered the ways we live and work. Employees globally have reevaluated their aspirations and work preferences. Here are 5 future of work predictions you should be aware of.
Hiring is a process, and like any process, it can be improved. By continuously monitoring your hiring process, you can make changes and improvements that will help you attract and hire the best candidates. Here are five common hiring mistakes you can make and how to avoid them.
Twenty six thousand two hundred eighty hours and more. Yes, that is how long I have been working with businesses as a strategic advisor. Long enough to come across the most common business management myths that ruin innovation and growth. These myths hinder decision making.
Why Why Analysis is where your search for one of the simplest and effective problem solving methods ends. Widely used in the world of lean development, this method also known as the 5 Why Analysis, cuts through false alarms and leads you to the root cause of a problem.
You are not alone if you are yet to use your CRM system to its full potential. Stats show that most businesses are never able to unlock most of the features and functionalities of their customer relationship management software. Did you know a business can create value for its customers using a CRM?
Is your business penny wise and pound foolish? Sometimes making penny wise decisions with your business can lead to being pound foolish in the long run. You may be able to save a little money in the short term, but if it means sacrificing essential functions or investments in your company, you could be doing more harm than good.
Making sound business decisions often relies on having accurate data. However, not all data is created equal, and it can be difficult to measure the spread of data to understand how it varies and what that means for your business. There are a few different ways to go about measuring the spread of data, each with its benefits and drawbacks. In this blog post, we will explore three of the most common methods used to measure the spread of data.