efficiency

7 Efficiency Lessons from Small Business Owners [Infographic]

Building a small business can seem like an uphill battle. You’re facing challenges and making decisions that you’ve never made before. Added to the normal stress of life, managing a small business can be hectic. Unfortunately one of the biggest reasons small businesses fail is lack of efficiency. Learning how to do various tasks effectively […] Read moreRead More»

leadership success

Consistency Is Your Key to Leadership Success

Some define a good leader as someone who can attract followers, and this rings true to a point. But a leader and her followers need to know where they’re headed, or they’ll wander aimlessly. To find leadership success, you must be committed, pay attention to detail, and stay focused on your company’s core goals. Without a steadfast sense of direction, your goals become blurred, and slowly but surely, your company loses momentum. … Read More»

project management

Old-Style Project Management Is Broken — Here’s How to Fix It

In fast-moving industries, innovation hinges on a company’s ability to move quickly on new ideas, meaning hierarchical corporate structure is on the road to extinction. Project managers are in the passenger’s seat, traveling on the endangered list.
Businesses typically organize themselves into siloed departments responsible for executing specific, repeatable tasks, but when the business needs to undertake a change or improvement, it creates a project. The project manager gathers a temporary team with members from different departments who work together to successfully deliver the project…. Read More»

indecision

8 Ways To End Indecision Decisively

In this increasingly do-more-with-less business world, we can’t afford to let our employees be more or less checked out. And yet an astonishing 70% are just that, disengaged at work, according to Gallup polls. It’s almost impossible not to disengage when toiling in the paralysis of indecision. It’s hard to imagine anything more meaning and motivation-draining, more bereft of a sense of significance, or anything simply more frustrating. … Read More»

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