by: Robert Snoog Help desks are now a fundamental and core part of good business service and operation. However, addressing the tricky issues, selecting the right tools, and managing the help desk correctly can actually be a very daunting task.
Archive for the 'Management' Category
by: Mario Churchill Man is inherently prone to either giving up or making up with the problem as they come his paths. Since problem is a great part of one’s life, it is expected for a person to create a suitable and well-adopted entity in him. In fact, man would never be complete unless he […]
by: Mario R. Churchill Why do we love new gadgets? Why did the Renaissance marked as the period when history, science, philosophy and religion has become so prominent that the ideologies used at this period is still being used until today? Why is it that we recognize those people who aimed for change and the […]
by: Aza Badurdeen Lean manufacturing is a revolutionary manufacturing system. In an article published on http://www.leanmanufacturingconcepts.com named â€œLean productivity Vs batch efficiencyâ€ they have mathematically proven that it is possible to increase the effectiveness of the system even without increasing its efficiency even by 1%.
by: Derrick Moe How many times has this scenario played out in a company? The candidate’s resume indicated that he had extensive success in our market and had progressed in each of his positions. When we brought him in for an interview, he was a good communicator, likeable, well-groomed and focused on our industry.
by: Kanaga Siva Most people planning to work from home are generally under the impression that working from home ensures a stress free life. They attribute this to the fact that they no longer will have to work under an irritating Boss, an unhappy working environment, unpleasant office politics and also the agony of commuting […]
by: Mike Teng Contrary to common belief, a company is not an inanimate object. In fact, there are many similarities between companies and people, companies are living organisms that comprise communities of people that contribute to their distinctive personalities and attitudes. Like us, companies fall sick, due to various reasons such as economic slowdown, competition […]
by: Mike Teng Indeed Ralph Waldo Emerson captured the essence of simplicity superbly when he remarked: “Nothing is more simple than greatness; indeed, to be simple is to be great.”
by: Mike Teng Expectation sets the height of the bar, but it is regular inspection that resets the height of the bar so as to ensure it is achievable. The common notion is that what gets measured, gets performed. This is why it is useful to have key performance indicators. They serve to inform management […]