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Category Archives: Corporate Culture
For a few years my firm has championed the idea that strategic planning efforts must take place over a long horizon. By “long” I mean 20 to 30 years out. It’s not an issue of individual time management, at first … Continue reading
If you have so many sources of interruptions, including phone calls, email messages, tweets and SMS’ that you don’t know what to manage and when, then you need a Batphone. There’s a cool article on the TimeBack Management website on … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve posted due to one significant interruption — civil unrest here in Jamaica. I won’t rehash the reasons why it’s happening, as the news reports have been doing a fairly good job of that. But … Continue reading
Start with managerial anxiety. Add in some new technology in the form of smartphones. Toss in some employees that don’t know how to say no. Watch as bad habits develop around email, text messages, voice calls and IM’s. Or… perhaps… … Continue reading