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How good are your business processes?
As soon as someone starts talking about business processes, most of us roll our eyes upwards and start to think about something else – anything but business processes! After all, it's much more fun just to get on and do something, no matter whether it's the right or wrong thing to be doing at that time, than to be poring over process diagrams.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 12:51:43, 28 Nov 11
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Managing your tasks more effectively
The best task managers have good habits which we can follow as processes initially to embed them into our own habits. So what do these naturally gifted task managers do?
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 9:11:22, 24 Oct 11
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Frustration
Are there times in your life when you know you want to achieve something and it doesn’t seem to matter what you do, nothing takes you closer?
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 9:11:43, 21 Oct 11
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The Case for Business Simulation
The airline industry has been using simulation techniques for years. Steve Hemmings describes the benefits that businesses can get using business simulation tools as a learning technique.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 9:06:14, 17 Oct 11
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Leading the leaders
Imagine the gateway to Hell – hot, noisy and so slippery you feel you may lose your footing and fall into the flames at any moment. That was my first impression of the process of making glass bottles. Of course, it wasn’t quite as slippery as that but the rest still stands.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 9:06:56, 12 Oct 11
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The Value of Short-Term Planning
In my last article, I emphasised the importance of long-term or strategic planning to make sure that everything we do drives our business towards our vision. The trouble is strategic plans can be very daunting. The strategic goals act as way points toward our vision, showing us the general direction in which we should be moving, but they don't tell us what we should be doing on a day-to-day basis. That's where short-term planning comes in.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 17:58:58, 10 Oct 11
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Why can't we manage our time better?
The simple answer is because we can't manage time – it happens at a constant rate in our everyday world. All we can do is manage what we do in the time we have available. That's why we should think about task management and not time management. You may think I'm splitting hairs but there is a fundamental concept at work here and that is: if we do the right things at the right times, we will get far more done and make better use of time.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 17:54:01, 10 Oct 11
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Plugging profit leaks
Profit leaks within organisations across the UK are proving a huge cause for concern. Many organisations don’t have the visibility to identify inefficiencies within their operations, despite the fact there are significant savings to be made for those who can “plug the leaks”.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 13:58:24, 06 Oct 11
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The Search
There's a saying that the fastest way to become a millionaire is to sit beside one. But what if you don't know someone like this to sit down with?
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 9:40:33, 04 Oct 11
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Commitment to growth
To cause change you have to be committed. You really have to desire that change. Here Jeremy Marchant explores what is really needed to effect change.
Mastermind Blog > Posted by Martin Davies at 9:16:56, 03 Oct 11
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