In a world with decreasing birth rates, longer life expectancy and better working conditions, employee longevity is increasing. The results are Baby Boomer, Generation X, and Millennial cohorts are now working together with each other. As each generation has different work expectations, this multi-generational workforce presents an interesting challenge for business managers.Read More
By Atman Rathod
Today’s ideas are tomorrow’s winning businesses. Ideas executed brilliantly and with proper investment bring your business success. That is how the world of business got the likes of Apple, Google, McDonald’s, Amazon and so on.
But why in spite of the brilliant and promising ideas at the core of their business, many startups fail to attract investors? Why do investors hesitate to put their money into some startups? Read More
The business realm with its infinite areas of focus always echoes one recurrent question – how does one effectively raise capital? Many people say that they have cutting edge business ideas but capital keeps stalling their progress. In a difficult operating environment, capital can be quite elusive. Read More
Securing funding is probably the most important step entrepreneurs take in their quest to build a successful and lasting organisation. However, most people don’t know how to create a funding strategy, and they don’t make an effort to learn how to.Read More
Financial stress and its impact on mental health has seen a rise in absenteeism, poor work performance and a lowered concentration span at work, says a South African corporate healthcare consultancy.
Statistics from the World Federation for Mental Health show that on average 36 workdays are lost due to mental health issues and that more than 10% of the employed populations have taken time off work for depression. Read More
By Shawn Schweier (from www.addicted2success.com)
If you are not finding challenges that knock you flat on your back then you are missing out. A darker side of success that some have touched on is that you need to fail more. In addition to this, we should consider finding the challenges that punch us in the mouth and knock us unconscious.Read More
Why do you think depression has become so much more prevalent in the last 50 years? What is it about our society that has changed so much? What causes depression?
There’s no single cause of depression. Lots of things influence whether a person gets depressed. Some of it is biology — things like our genes, brain chemistry, and hormones. Some is environment, including daylight and seasons, or social and family situations we face.Read More
Technological progress and global integration are driving change in our current environment and the speed at which it is occurring increasing, this means that we need to run organisations in a different way. However, the number of organisations that are responsive to change and adapting their operations is small. Why is this?Read More
Have you heard the term “The Cobra Effect”?
If not, it’s time that you learn about it.
The Cobra Effect is a term in economics. It refers to a situation when an attempted solution to a problem makes the problem worse.Read More