Category: B2B

‘Some amazing nuggets about managing vs leadership’

INFOGRAPHIC: THE HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE LEADERS: Today’s infographic from McKinsey Global Institute presents a snapshot of 10 insights into how the world is changing, based on its research work from 2019. How should we address the global and local imperatives and implications of how we compete, contribute and operate?. Read More: www.visualcapitalist.com

How to Prioritize When Everything Is Important

Sure, it’s great to make a to-do list, but how do you prioritize the tasks-especially when everything seems like a priority? Instead of getting overwhelmed, you need to learn how to prioritize your priorities. Start with the due dates, take into account how much effort you need to put into each one and how much input you need from others, and work backwards to find out what you should be working on right now. Read More: lifehacker.com

3 subtle signs your business has inefficient processes

The first step to improving inefficiencies within your business is not to start with one single process. We use a handful of different methodologies and frameworks to understand what is triggering a business process, how it works, who is involved, and so on-then select and implement the right software for their needs. Read More: www.theladders.com

4-Day Workweek Boosted Workers’ Productivity By 40%, Microsoft Japan Says

Workers at Microsoft Japan enjoyed an enviable perk this summer: working four days a week, enjoying a three-day weekend – and getting their normal, five-day paycheck. The result, the company says, was a productivity boost of 40%. Microsoft Japan says it became more efficient in several areas, including lower electricity costs, which fell by 23%. And as its workers took five Fridays off in August, they printed nearly 60 percent fewer pages. Read More: www.kunc.org

Amazon Almost Killed Target. Then, Target Did the Impossible

As fellow retailers Macy’s, J.C. Penney, and Gap collectively shuttered hundreds of stores due to similar struggles, analysts said Target should do the same. Ship-to-store reduces Target’s shipping and handling costs, and takes advantage of already existing space in physical stores. Read More: www.inc.com