What Does A Successful Management System Look Like?

What Does A Successful Management System Look Like? The organisation that you want to work for has got success bottled and is both polishing and refining their current product/service offer, while at the same time developing new products/service offers. Frustrating and guaranteed to make you envious! Unlocking the secrets that deliver success is not that …

What Personal Managerial Agility Looks Like

What Personal Managerial Agility Looks Like Managers with the following Agile skills are highly likely to be successful in the organisations where they work – do you have these skills too? People Agility: managers who know themselves well and understand what makes them function, learning systematically from experience, treat others with respect, treat others constructively …

What Are Agile Principles And How Can I Use Them?

What Are Agile Principles And How Can I Use Them? Agile is characterised by the following: Customer collaboration: taking active steps to systematically find out, and meet, customer needs Changing requirements: continually looking for the next “big thing” in the market and not relying o what you are making/the service you are providing now! Cross …

How Organisations Use Agile For Business Development

How Organisations Use Agile For Business Development Make Agile work for you and your organisation/department by developing the following: Customer collaboration: really find out what the customer wants and what they consider to be important Changing requirements: be aware of what the market is telling you and what the next big issue will be so …

What Leadership Skills Do I Need? – The Top 25

Energy: seeing things through to a conclusion. Passion: getting things done. Humility: allowing staff to take the credit for successes and recognising your own limitations. Stamina: the ability to push on. Intelligence: understanding issues and seeing beyond the immediate situation. Knowledge: understanding and applying key chunks of knowledge to a range of tasks. Judgement: being …