Business

Workplace Mentorship: A Guide for Leaders
Workplace Mentorship: A Guide for Leaders

Formal workplace mentorship can help formalize knowledge sharing and ensure a continuous flow of experience exchange between senior and junior staff.

Intrinsic Motivation: How to Foster It Among Employees
Intrinsic Motivation: How to Foster It Among Employees

Highly motivated and engaged employees equal corporate success. But how do you constantly keep your people driven around the common purpose? You create an environment where the employees’ motivation to do their best job comes from within them. In other words, you try to foster intrinsic motivation.

Using Critical Thinking to Achieve Business Goals
Using Critical Thinking to Achieve Business Goals

Human beings are prone to a number of cognitive biases. These biases can often result in clouding our judgment and hinder us from making good decisions. You can train your mind to make better decisions, including critical decisions at the workplace or for achieving business goals. In this article, we explore ways on how Critical Thinking can help to achieve your business goals.

Servant Leadership: Key Principles for Managers
Servant Leadership: Key Principles for Managers

Over the years, many different leadership theories tried to explain how someone wields power and rallies the people around them. In this article, we’ll review another type of leaders whose influence is gained via “software means”: the servant leader.

How to Use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix to Prioritize Tasks
How to Use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix to Prioritize Tasks

Prioritizing tasks and allocating the required time for each task requires timely decision making that is free of analysis paralysis and procrastination. Both the aforementioned are often a result of the inability of individuals to prioritize tasks based on their urgency and importance. However, such prioritization is easier than most people think, especially if you use the Eisenhower Decision Matrix.

Retrospective in Scrum & Agile: A Quick Start Guide for Managers
Retrospective in Scrum & Agile: A Quick Start Guide for Managers

A retrospective is a solid method for regularly analyzing your process efficacy and taking corrective action before the project gets off track. In this article, we explore the main principles and methods of Agile Retrospective.

Team Management and How to Lead by Example
Team Management and How to Lead by Example

Leadership is often deemed as a divine gift by many. Some people are thought to be cut out for it while others are considered to be deprived of capabilities needed to lead a team. In this article, we’ll explore ways a leader can lead by example.

Value Stream Mapping (VSM): Guide for Manufacturing Leaders
Value Stream Mapping (VSM): Guide for Manufacturing Leaders

It doesn’t matter if you manufacture electric batteries for vehicles or toy trucks, the manufacturing processes may have very similar steps and areas of waste. And if that’s the latter you are struggling with, Value Stream Mapping may help you locate actionable ways for becoming leaner.

New Hire Onboarding: A Guide for Managers
New Hire Onboarding: A Guide for Managers

Creating a welcoming experience for new employees is essential to make them more productive and engaged, but how do you create the right experience? What exactly should happen after contract signing? If you are pressed with these questions, this quick guide to employee onboarding provides the answers you need.

QR Codes in Times of COVID
QR Codes in Times of COVID

In a new contactless era, QR codes are on the raise again. Contactless menus, orders, or even for payments, QR Codes are gaining traction again. In this article we review the different types of QR codes.

An Introductory Guide to Brand Management For Business Leaders
An Introductory Guide to Brand Management For Business Leaders

Did you know that displaying consistent branding across different sales platforms can increase revenue by up to 33%? That’s a good pocket of growth. But it’s hard to tap into without a systemized approach. Enter brand management. What is Brand Management? Brand management is a multi-facet process of presenting and supervising the promotion of a […]

Dunning Kruger-Effect: Why Unintelligent People Don’t Learn?
Dunning Kruger-Effect: Why Unintelligent People Don’t Learn?

Many people claim to be experts at something they are simply not good at. Despite this, they can claim to be exceptionally good at the task. This includes not just people boasting about something to gain attention or praise, but people who believe to be competent when they are not. This is widely known as […]