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Month: November 2019

Creating a Shift-up for Challenge Culture

Richard Walters November 26, 2019

When planning to use the time you have got more effectively, the most important thing is that your use of time moves you on towards your own goals and objectives, as this is the ultimate litmus test of effectiveness. Given that effectiveness is your ultimate aim, how can you better use that precious commodity of […]

Incomplete They Most Certainly Were!

Richard Walters November 19, 2019

When I was trainee accountant it was a time well before computers and most of our clients enjoyed Incomplete Recordsand has there ever been more apt a title as incomplete, they most certainly were? I recall one particularly stressful learning experience with a big farming estate client whose records consisted of a pile of bank […]

Efficiency or Effectiveness?

Richard Walters November 12, 2019

here is a big difference between efficiency and effectiveness. For instance, if you are a bank that chooses to outsource their whole support function to Asia, because it saves money (efficiency) it’s not effective when they start losing hordes of customers for quite frankly, wholly predictable reasons. Time is so precious and I guess that’s […]

Leveraging Your Role

Richard Walters November 4, 2019

Leverage became a buzz word some time ago and just like empowerment and increasingly engagement, like most clichés or buzz words, its true meaning has real value but what is leverage and why did it become the Holy Grail for so many businesses? In very simple terms, leverage is based upon the physics laws identified […]