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Managing Others
Better Communication Reduces Potential Conflict
Written by Jules Newton   
Sunday, 20 January 2013 07:35

Some 65 years ago, George Bernard Shaw pointed out that “The single biggest problem with communication, is the illusion that it has taken place” And yet today, we still fail to get it!

Sustainability Can Improve Your Bottom Line – But Where Do You Start?
Written by Joanne Delaurentis   
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 00:00

Companies are beginning to realise that sustainable business practice is more than just a public relations opportunity, but can result in direct benefit to your bottom line. Sustainable business practices can result in operational efficiencies by decreasing costs and improving efficiencies.

4 HR Management Practices That Maximise Performance
Written by Joanne Delaurentis   
Friday, 11 November 2011 10:05

In today’s competitive economy, everyone is trying to get the most out of their staff because talented staff makes up a firm's competitive advantage. So how do you maximise your staff’s performance? I believe there are four main human capital management practices that maximise performance.

Organisational Change – An Incremental, Planned And Managed Approach Is Best
Written by Joanne Delaurentis   
Friday, 28 October 2011 08:44

Organisational change is something that we all need to deal with, but most of us dread, as it can cause havoc with the nice organisational structure we are familiar with.

Treating Employees As A Replaceable Resource Is A Common Business Practice, But Not A Wise One
Written by Joanne Delaurentis   
Thursday, 06 October 2011 15:30

Layoffs and retrenchments are common business practice in today’s business environment. Regularly laying off staff provides a firm with the flexibility to adjust quickly to changes in the market. It also allows firms to attack competition through lower prices, and this can be an advantage in producing cheap commodity items and in restructuring an enterprise quickly. However, in sectors where innovation and quality are important, a hire-and-fire approach brings disadvantages.

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