Many people are yet to accept the fact that it is quite easy to make money by working from home. The tradition that you have to leave your home in the office has made things even worse. I have had a difficult time trying to convince people that it is possible to make good money by doing online business or jobs. I dare say that it is very easy to make money online. The first thing you need to come out clearly is about the kind of business you wish to venture in. Having the right kind of business at your fingertips is one thing. Knowing how to go about it is totally a different thing altogether. Different businesses have different starting processes. You don’t just start a business without planning and setting goals on what you want to achieve with that kind of a business. Starting a business when you don’t have enough information about us can turn out to be an impossible mission in the end.
One of the great things about summer is that many activities are fun. While going to the gym and doing indoor workouts can be a great way to stay in shape over the winter, it can become drudgery. Many people “fall off the wagon” and are unable to continue their workout commitments when it’s the…
The MBWA method is a management concept that has gotten a lot of “buzz” and popularity in the last decade or so because it is part of a business model for cultural change within the enterprise that has proven successful in a lot of businesses. The original concept was created by David Packard during the early days of the Hewlett Packard organization, a Silicon Valley company that was well known for its loyal and highly creative employee base that seemed to achieve levels of productivity and employee satisfaction far beyond the norm.
“The HP Way” which the “management by walking around” method was a part of was based on the concept that employees, particularly the subject matter experts in their fields, are capable of being part of the problem solving process and that a team approach to creating new business ideas and innovate ways to solve problems was far superior to the “top down” approach of management coming up with all the answers and dictating them to a mindless but obedient staff.
Packard was a believer in the open space, no walls and easy access to management corporate culture that MBWA exemplifies. By enabling frequent and unscheduled interactions between employees and between management and staff, new ideas were given maximum opportunity to be birthed and encouragement to be developed which leads to a more responsive and flexible business culture and one that has a robust approach to growth and change.