The Internet is taking another revolutionary leap. The latest rave on the Internet of Things is about leveraging the interconnection of smart devices for information sharing and automation. The smart devices could be a computer, smartphone, or a sophisticated device fitted with a monitoring sensor. For the user of the… [More]
Happy employees are productive workers. They are excited about the work and take pride in what they do. The gratifying feeling displayed generates this burst of energy that enlightens colleagues around them. The positive morale is a productivity booster. On the other hand, unhappy employees spread negative energy. They complain… [More]
Entering the start and end points in Google Maps and it returns the suggested routes to get to the destination. Upon reviewing the distance and the estimated driving time of each route, you select the route that you prefer. Your choice could be influenced by errands that you might want… [More]
Doing work the same old way would get you the same result. Listen for tips on how to overcome the problems with paving the cow path.
In planning a promotion campaign, a retailer needs to determine what products would be offered, their price points, campaign duration, special sales terms and conditions, and store locations. These are customer-facing tasks. There are many other tasks. The buyer needs to source products, negotiate price with suppliers, determine purchase quantities,… [More]
It was 38 years ago that American Express successfully launched the “Don’t Leave Home without It” campaign to promote its credit card. The campaign was so successful that it built a premium image for its card in consumer’s mind. Today, the slogan may be better suited for the smartphone. According… [More]
Connie explains the three top reasons for a company’s demise. Lack of a strategy Not able to act quickly Poor management of finances
Connie shares tips on how companies can increase their competitive advantage. 1. Build on the value proposition of your business 2. Know your competition and differentiate your offerings 3. Anticipate customer needs 4. Innovate 5. Optimize the cost structure 6. Drive operational efficiency 7. Build expertise in your employees
Connie explains that there are two sides to change management: the technical side and the people side.The people side of change tends to present the most challenges when it comes to change management.
Connie shares some problems that can arise from compensating strictly on performance. 1. Employees only focus on areas they are good at, and ignore those that need improvement 2. Employees are unwilling to accept measurement on work which they don’t have control 3. Employees will see this as a way… [More]
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