Business Agility transformations are becoming increasingly popular among companies in a wide range of industries (e.g. Legal Firms, Hotels & Resorts, Educational Institutions, Transportation Industry, Medical facilities, First Responders, etc.). Agile methods have been shown to create faster and more efficient workflows, allowing teams to produce higher quality services and products. However, many organizations struggle
Author: Geff Allen
Unfortunately, many managers are unaware of how much of an impact they can have on the mental health of their employees.
Leaders also need to demonstrate selflessness rather than self-centeredness if they wish for their teams to achieve great things together.
Common Sense Agile and Digital transformations are in many respects, the application of common sense. However, as the 18th century writer François-Marie Arouet, better known by his nom de plume “Voltaire” admonished; “Common sense is not so common.” So many centuries later and it still remains true. The lack of both common sense and humility
The last two and one half years have brought about a great amount of change globally in personal routines and the secular/workplace ecosystem. According to Gallup’s 2021 Work Experience Communication Survey, 7 in 10 employees feel burned out at work at least sometimes. According to the same report; “Almost half of the world’s workers felt
The way we behave financially during a crisis – like the current COVID-19 pandemic – is largely based on our emotion state. In order the be fiscally responsible, there is a need to understand and practice Behavioral Economics along with Emotional Intelligence. Our financial decisions can be determined by our emotions at times like this.