The Process of Management

Fundamentally, Managers differ from the rest of the workforce to the extent that they: manage ideas, things or people. Of course, each of these three requires a different set of skills from a Manager. Managing ideas involves development of strategy, concepts and plans. Managing things involves for example, administration, projects, tasks, equipment, budgets. Managing people is about harnessing and…

Change management

When change happens,  it is usually a combination of the following: The change that is external to your organisation and may or  may not be anticipated The change that is brought about impacting your business which is uncontrolled The change which your organisation aims to bring about and which it tries to  manage. Key to …

Where will you be a few years from now?

If you thought your future was mapped out, think again.  The world, the way we work and how we live,  are subject to exponential change.  This mind-boggling video, even though a little out of date already, is sure to get you thinking and wondering. Please watch the video “Did You Know”