When managers leave

When a person in a position of power leaves, there’s always unrest. When the individual is well loved, there’s reluctance to see them go and apprehensions of what is to come. When the exit is desired by the masses, there’s hope that things will change for the better yet fear that at least he was … Continue reading When managers leave


Critical Employee Group: Identification – Reverse Engineering it!

Remember the fiasco of meeting 1? This next one was really amazing. Why? Because we decided to reverse engineer the entire process. We are so used to first fixing a framework and then working within the constraints, that we miss out on some aspects and increase the process time. We looked at our earlier selection … Continue reading Critical Employee Group: Identification – Reverse Engineering it!

Get the green in!

Does this image instantly relax you? In this short post, I'm going to let the experts to the talking! Innumerable articles talk about the close relationship between nature and higher productivity. The below articles say it better than I can. Read on: http://www.fastcodesign.com/3021742/evidence/want-to-be-more-productive-buy-some-desk-plants http://www.fastcompany.com/3007642/stuck-idea-walk-through-park So what say, we start giving out some desk plants as … Continue reading Get the green in!

Putting it all out there!

Buffer, a San Francisco based Social media startup, recently published the salaries of its employees on public domain. While this has generated a lot of buzz and good will, there is a good deal of debate on if this was indeed a wise move. http://qz.com/160348/why-a-startup-just-published-all-of-its-employees-salaries-for-the-world-to-see/#! As a startup, it can probably afford to put out … Continue reading Putting it all out there!