In his book, Bruce Tulgan addresses the key problem of modern managers – the epidemic of “non-management” – and offers concrete steps to help you become a strong manager who: clearly voices his expectations to employees, regularly receives and analyzes feedback, corrects mistakes of subordinates in time, and even faster rewards them for success.
Do you spend a lot of time talking with employees? You discuss hundreds of topics: “How was your weekend?” Did your son’s birthday go well? Have you seen this TV show? ” Perhaps you want to talk with employees about their personal affairs in order to build closer ties with them. However, this approach interferes with management relationships. When a discussion begins to concern working issues, you cannot always take full advantage of your power. Continue reading
5 killers of creativity and what to do to create an incentive for creativity?
No. 1 – Multitasking and Distractions
I know that some people have mastered the art of doing several things at once and doing a lot of things at the same time. I tried, but it is not for me. I can’t concentrate on the project and at the same time answer letters, talk on the phone, chat on Skype. In order for me to have an incentive for creativity, I need to focus attention and strength on one lesson: working on a project.
Multitasking is not for me, but in a day I manage to do as much as those who do several things at once. In fact, it’s simple and there’s nothing new, all you need is a schedule that you must follow. When I need to work on a project and I understand that there is no incentive (for example, design for the customer), I just turn off the phone, turn off the email, get rid of all the annoyances and get back to work. It always works. Continue reading
It is a mistake to believe that self-adhesive labels are products with a limited scope. Remember, while strolling in the store, what is the first glance at? Bright, with a three-dimensional image and high detail, commodity stickers literally take prisoner ordinary man in the street. Food, household and car care products, perfumery, alcohol segment. The modern market does not exist without a trademark that stands out on the label.
What about the logistics industry? Moving huge volumes of cargo, there is simply no time to identify each baggage manually, plus everything has the requirements of automated systems that read data from labels in a specific format.
The list of areas interested in self-adhesive products can go on and on. Continue reading