Although winning in business is important, it’s how we win that matters. Winning the goodwill of customers by giving them better service or a better product is much more critical. Winning should not be about making more money. It’s about doing the best that you can AND doing what’s in the long-term best interests of all your stakeholders, be they customers, your staff or the environment. We should demand this much from companies’ leaders and their boards
When the disclosure requirements were introduced, it enabled the man in the street to see what the CEOs of listed companies were being paid. However, it also enabled the CEOs themselves to see what other CEOs were getting paid. Those CEOs who were getting less than their colleagues threw their toys out the cot and demanded that their salaries be brought in line with those of their peers. Gain Symanowitz explores why CEOs get the big bucks.
The problem is that most employers have no idea what employees like about working at the company. If they did, they would work at making that even better, so that it became a competitive advantage in the fierce war for talent. They would display it proudly on their career pages instead of the glib clichés that usually populate this section of the company website.
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Project managers can achieve greater success by focusing on three key principles: capturing knowledge effectively; improving communication and reducing waste. According to the UCT Graduate School, a strategic approach to project management can reduce the failure rate of projects. Read here to find out more.