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Operations Management?

Now that I’ve completed the Introduction to Operations Management (OM) course, I wanted to share a few things I learned and give you a flavour of what it’s all about.OM principles are not exclusively applied to factory production lines — the … Continue reading

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The choice for your organisation: evolution or extinction?

Every organisation needs constant improvement and innovation. The alternative is the fate of the dinosaurs: extinction due to failure to adapt to a changing environment. If you don’t start start changing now, you might not be around in five years’ … Continue reading

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Organizational Analysis

I’ve written here before about the learning opportunities offered by MOOCS (Massively Open Online Courses) and I wanted to tell you about another excellent course from Stanford University, delivered via the Coursera platform. This one is titled Organizational Analysis, written … Continue reading

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You might be intelligent but are you a good communicator?

I have come to the conclusion that there is no correlation between intelligence and communication skills. This should hardly be a surprise when we know from our schooldays that some teachers, despite their academic qualifications, just could not get the … Continue reading

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