When you ask people what they expect regarding efficiency, they mention things such as: Time management Prioritizing Dealing with urgent tasks and deadlines Following up on tasks Managing Stress Dealing with interruptions and maintaining focus Diversification of skills Negotiation and finding win-win solutions Time and stress management related topics[…]Read More
Recipes do not work. If you want recipes to work, you need to understand the context of what you are trying to fix with this recipe. This is not easy to do on one’s own. You need good support.Read More
Modern organizations need efficiency more than ever Here are a few reasons, and you may think of more: – People feel better and work better when they are efficient. If people in an organization are efficient, there is satisfaction about the work. People see how they contribute to the strategy[…]Read More
There is a French expression about wanting the cream, the butter, the dairy girl, and the butter money, all at the same time. This is one step further from having you cake and eating it too. This video is just about that.
In times of dire straits, for the sake of counter-intuitiveness, rather than speed up and blow up, let up pause and consider that what makes us so risk averse and so scared is just as big as an almond.Read More
Avertissement (1/2) : ceux qui espèrent une attaque contre la Chine dans ce qui suit en seront pour leurs frais. Quand j’écris “le chinois…” je fais référence à une littérature colonialiste des siècles passés où l’autre est considéré de manière stéréotypée, catégorique et est forcément inférieur. À vous de détecter[…]Read More
“By end-2014, 59.5 million individuals were forcibly displaced worldwide as a result of persecution, conflict, generalized violence, or human rights violations. This is 8.3 million persons more than the year before (51.2 million) and the highest annual increase in a single year.” UNHCR Global Trends 2014Read More
“Mark Twain’s experience comes to mind, in which, after he had mastered the analytic knowledge needed to pilot the Mississippi River, he discovered the river had lost its beauty.” Robert M. Pirsig – Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. I remember years ago when as a young deck hand,[…]Read More