A country is what its people are, and therefore definitely the success of a project will depend on how the people involved in it set the goals and make efforts to achieve it. In fact, one of the most crucial aspects of a project management is its man power management.
Here is some advice from a research companybased on analysis which it places into three specific categories: accelerating trends, new impacts that were not previously part of the future of work discussion, and pendulum swings – temporary shorter-term reactions.
What do Uber, Swiggy, AirBnB, amongst others have in common, besides providing services at lower costs? Their leverage on information technology (IT)! IT has overcome the barriers of distance, time and cost, thereby levelling the playing field for everybody, allowing (or forcing, depending on who you ask) not just companies, but also individuals to compete in terms of costs, turnaround time, product quality and geography. It is therefore no surprise that IT-based companies are at the forefront of the gig economy.
A crisis is always a headscratcher, be it early or late. The point is, how you effectively curb it with minimal or no loss of revenue. Recapped here, are some of the best practices followed by organizations to contain the crisis through a series of approaches – intellectual, technological, personal, et al
As employers attempt to return to workplaces in the midst of & after the COVID-19 pandemic, there are a number of considerations they must be mindful of. Indeed, among other things, employers must be sure to establish a COVID-19 response plan
The role of contemporary CHROs continues to evolve as rapidly as the organizations they serve. Strategic partner. Culture leader. Counsel to the CEO. Analytics visionary. Chief engagement officer. CHROs today must be more than functional experts
The workplace environment is evolving rapidly due to Covid-19 as office locations have expanded and work from home is becoming a new normal.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has fast become the biggest global event of our lifetimes. Our experiences―as customers, employees, citizens, humans―are forever changed, and our attitudes and behaviors are changing as a result.
Back in 4th century B.C., a philosopher-statesman Chanakya , a.k.a Kautilya wrote the first few principles of administrative management. Widely regarded as India’s first economist, his management theories have guided royalty from time immemorial.
This is a era of millennials. When I say “millennials” I mean to those demographic cohort who are born in between 1981s to 1996s.Today they have a bigger market share in comparison to Gen –X and Gen-z.
We are only in Phase One of a pandemic that has changed the rhythm of daily life like no other recent event. As we take time to think first of the health of our families, friends and communities, we are already learning lessons that will help us to navigate the urgent trials we face today as well as the fundamentally important challenges awaiting us once the worst of the pandemic passes.
While the world is facing a severe and unprecedented health epidemic with the outbreak of Covid19, it’s increasingly becoming clear that how the health, wellbeing and climate change issues are going to play out in this new world.