Techniques to stimulate creativity on your team
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Are you clear on the difference between Enterprise Analysis and Business Analysis? For many people in the field, including a fair number of business analysts themselves, it’s not always obvious. The definitions can appear similar at first glance. Both are focused on understanding the needs of the business, identifying initiatives that will allow an organization […]Posted on
By Shane Saunderson A robot is going to steal your job. AI is only a handful of years away from being smarter than you. The bot uprising is coming to enslave or kill us all. Deep learning is creating code that we can’t understand. The great digital divide is coming. Maybe. Or maybe there is […]Posted on
Have you identified the hidden forces that are draining your profits? Sometimes manufacturers and service providers find themselves falling short on quality, delivery time and cost. Often, the reasons are not easily identified by managers or other higher-ups, and the cost of poor quality and inadequate performance simply continues to cut into profits and reduce […]Posted on
Managers of teams, for example sales teams, should treat coaching as an ongoing process, not an annual event. It is a series of actions that unlocks the potential of the individual and maximizes his or her performance. One way to achieve this is through Dynamic Coaching™, based on the belief that effective results come from […]Posted on
Feedback is necessary for a productive team. Supporting high performers with acknowledgement of their good work will let employees know they are recognized and valued. But when an employee is underperforming or engaged in unproductive behaviour, a leader will need to have a difficult conversation with that employee. Here are some tips that will help […]Posted on