Chief Executive (Exhaustion) Officer
I'm an author, writer and blogger by hobby, a graphics and web designer by interest, and a consultant and an entrepreneur by profession. I'm currently leading my own marketing consultancy firm with one of the largest multinational corporations in my clientelle list, and writing my own science fiction novel.
Monthly Archives: August 2011
This is a continuation of my posts, The Perfect Workplace – Part I and The Perfect Workplace – Part II. In these posts, I have highlighted some strategies that every smaller company should employ to boost employee morale and productivity. Larger organizations can also try to phase such things in on a team by team basis.
This is a continuation of my post, The Perfect Workplace. In that post, I highlighted some must-haves for startups and SMEs so that they can improve employee morale, and hence their productivity. Larger organizations can also give it a try on a piecemeal basis.
Imagine a silent moment, a silent thought. The few quiet moments you have when you can almost hear a soft, soothing tune playing in your head that just accentuates the quietness around you. The way the chords gently highlight the curves of silence and emotional climate…
Over the past few years, several organizations have shifted their focus to a more project oriented approach, and this structure is specially beneficial for SMEs. At the core of this concept is a team-based structure. Sure, the usual departmentalized system is tried and tested, but with today’s economy, organizational flexibility is…
What was once lost, is now regained. Who was once lost, has found his way. What was once shallow, has become profound.