Valerie Whitfeld

Valerie Whitfeld

19/5/2020 · 3 min read · ~10
Useful Habits of Productive People

Useful Habits of Productive People

There are many things that define success. But what makes a difference is the difference in approach, habits, and consistency. The difference between a productive mindset and an unproductive mindset lies in the nature of the habits that it...

Benjamin Ehinger

Benjamin Ehinger

23/4/2020 · 2 min read · ~10
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What is a Waste of Time & Are You Wasting Time on These Things?

What is a Waste of Time & Are You Wasting Time on These Things?

https://www.benjaminehinger.com/what-is-a-waste-of-time-are-you-wasting-time-on-these-things/ Today, as my wife and I were getting ready to head to Walt Disney World, I was reminded of how much some things are a waste of time. As humans, we are...

David B. Grinberg

David B. Grinberg

29/1/2017 · 2 min read · ~100 · 9
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Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

29/1/2017 · 2 min read · 1K
Open Minds Vs.  Closed Minds- which is better?

Open Minds Vs. Closed Minds- which is better?

The questions that occupy my day are considering open vs. closed situations. Examples include: Do you prefer open-minded or closed-minded people? Do you opt for open systems, closed systems or both? Example: Windows vs. Apple Do you prefer...

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee

Funmi Ade

I received notice of your comment while reading your just published post.
I surely agree with you that organizations should be managed as open systems to exchange information with the outside world. The dynamics are changing and to have rules of best practices is not the way to manage complex systems as simple ones. I appreciate your saying " where decisions are made based on changing dynamics, rather than a set methodology".

19/2/2020
Funmi Ade

Funmi Ade

I would add that in consulting it is always advisable to look at organizations as open systems, so change or strategy takes cognizance of how action on one problem impacts the rest. Or leadership as open system of contingency theory, where decisions are made based on changing dynamics, rather than a set methodology. As I have learnt as a management and leadership tutor, and is often part of open discussion, people are both open and closed. Its a matter of sliding spectrum of disclosure - how much you are willing to disclose of yourself (open) or not (closed). @Ali Anani to conclude i would always say there's very little that's either or, usually more a nuance.

19/2/2020
Arslan H.

Arslan H.

27/1/2020 · 4 min read · ~10
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12 Things That Make You Unproductive and How to Fix Them

12 Things That Make You Unproductive and How to Fix Them

There are only two ways to success: work hard or work smart. Often times we see people who work smart achieve their goals earlier than the rest. You cannot work for the whole 24 hours of your day, right? The human body has its limitations. Just as a...

Rahim Gulamali

Rahim Gulamali

8/11/2019 · 3 min read · ~10
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My top 10 productivity hacks! Work Smarter, not harder

My top 10 productivity hacks! Work Smarter, not harder

Original blogI have been reading a lot about stress at work, but also hearing a lot of you talk about stress, too much work, not enough time to get through the things you need to complete every day. Both in personal as work life. We tend to be...

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