“A fishbowl conversation is a form of dialog that can be used when discussing topics within large groups. Fishbowl conversations are sometimes also used in participatory events such as unconferences. The advantage of fishbowl is that it allows the entire group to participate in a conversation. Several people can join the discussion.” Leaders can useContinue reading “What’s a“fish-bowl” meeting?”
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4 SIGNS YOUR C.E.O IS INCOMPETENT
Being in the business world for decent amount of time makes our instinct the sharper, especially if we overcome some difficult situations. Once a particular situation teaches us a lesson we’re unlikely to get in the same predicament again. Apart from your our line manager , the most important person to us, from the workforceContinue reading “4 SIGNS YOUR C.E.O IS INCOMPETENT”
Top 5 Reasons Why People QUIT.
Financial Stability . No Room For Growth. Lack of work- life balance due to company disorganization. Poor Leadership. No long term strategy. Financial Stability – No one wants to be underpaid or work in a company that has financial issues. No Room For Growth – Motivated employees need to feel valued and appreciated and inContinue reading “Top 5 Reasons Why People QUIT.”
The reason why your CV never get seen and no calls for interviews.
The Applicant tracking system. An applicant tracking system (ATS) is a software application that enables the electronic handling of recruitment and hiring needs. In many cases they filter applications automatically based on given criteria such as keywords, skills, former employers, years of experience and schools attended. This has caused many to adapt resume optimization techniquesContinue reading “The reason why your CV never get seen and no calls for interviews.”
Economy of Scale, simply explained
“The cost advantages taken in by companies when production becomes efficient are called economy of scale.” Companies can achieve economies of scale by increasing production and lowering costs. This happens because costs are spread over a larger number of goods produced, obviously costs can be both fixed and variable. The size of the business usuallyContinue reading “Economy of Scale, simply explained”