Strategy Renewal for Your Business

Strategy setting is critical to a business’ roadmap to success. The last three months have exposed every business to uncertainties of shifting customer demands and behaviors as a result of the pandemic. Some of these changes would be permanent while others might subject to further adjustments. Since no one can… [More]

Decisive Risk-taking

Crossing the road blind-folded is not a good idea. You risk missing the curb or running into other people. For the visually impaired people, they are trained to handle these risks. They use a cane and listen to the accessible pedestrian signal for cues. Risk-taking is inevitable in business. Avoiding… [More]

Knowledge as a Strategic Asset

A project management services company uses contractors extensively to deliver its services. The company serves a niche market in the utility sector. As the contractors are free to pick up work to fill their capacity, there is no guarantee that they would stay with the company. Subsequently, special knowledge is… [More]

How to Build a Culture for Continuous Improvement

Successful businesses rally their employees to act in a coherent fashion. This coherence is driven by a common set of values and beliefs. Culture is the foundation for these values and beliefs. Building a culture for continuous improvement doesn’t happen overnight. It takes persistence and commitment. There are five steps… [More]

Key Success Factors for Business Transformation

Ongoing market changes and technology advancement have posed an inevitable need for businesses to transform themselves in order to compete and thrive. Transformation for transformation’s sake could drain resources for little return. There are six key success factors for business transformation. 1. Customer experience enrichment Transformation efforts need to be… [More]

The Leap to Excellence

The Pantheon in Rome is an ancient structure that displays architectural and engineering excellence. The circular dome consumed over 4,500 metric tons of concrete. The base of the dome is over 20 feet deep, tapering to just under 4 feet to the top around the centre oculus. It is the… [More]

Are You Building What Your Customer Wants?

Investment in agriculture technology development has increased fivefold over the course of three years. According to AgFunder, a marketplace for companies to raise funds, $2.7 billion have been invested in 2015. However, the adoption has been slow. This is due to a several reasons. First, the new technologies don’t work… [More]

10 Considerations for Outsourcing

In the fast changing business environment, speed has become a key competitive advantage. Many companies seek to outsource work that others can deliver in a complementary manner. It is a strategic decision. Companies can garner abundant benefits when it is done well. There are 10 things to consider for determining… [More]

Building Success with a Frame of Reference

Dining in a Michelin star restaurant is a memorable experience. The chef showcases his fine culinary expertise with creative use of quality ingredients and immaculate presentation. On top of that, the attentive service and the ambiance deliver an extraordinary evening. That fabulous experience becomes a frame of reference for comparing… [More]

10 Things on the Radar for Managing Project Interdependencies

Interdependencies add complexity to decision-making. Oversight on their cross impacts could cause major setback to the outcomes. The following is a list of questions that need to be addressed. 1.       Linkages What is the relationship between the projects under consideration? Have you identified the specifics, the what, when, why, and… [More]

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