Monthly Archives: May 2017

 

Reviewing your Organisational Structures

Reviewing your Organisational Structures

Organisational structures can be a source of inefficiency that impacts on the ability of the organisation to deliver its mandate. If the process of how structures are designed is not managed properly, and allows for self-interest to dominate, it may encourage managers to engage in empire building. Executives must note that poorly designed structures are […]

Mistakes organisations make when carrying out a skills audit

A skills audit is a process of taking stock of what skills are within the organisation versus what is expected.  The skills audit should always cover the following, and this is in order of priority: cognitive ability; organisation specific competencies; technical competencies (specific to each job family or role, for example, finance employees must know […]

We should give organisational culture the seriousness it deserves

Manager and employees always face a dilemma when it comes to expressing their differences at work. Bosses also feel uncomfortable expressing their differences with subordinates. Subordinates feel the pressure to keep silent with their bosses. It is very difficult for managers, for example, to give negative performance feedback to subordinates especially in organisations that place […]

Empower Managers to decide how much their subordinates should earn

It is very sad that in many organisations line managers have no say in how much their subordinates earn. Empower your managers to have a say in how much their subordinates should earn. Doing so will empower your managers and build a performance culture.   If the company has a pay structure (showing each grade […]
Productivity Loses  as a result of  Bank Queues Survey Report

Productivity Loses as a result of Bank Queues Survey Report

Introduction This report present the results of a survey to find out productivity loses emanating from bank queues currently being experienced in the banking sector as the government struggles to contain an acute cash shortage. Employees have been losing productive time trying to get cash from banks. Summary of Key Findings • 56.53% of the […]
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