7 Reasons Why Businesses Need Structure (In The Home Office)

The element of structure is paramount for any organization, especially one that involves remote working in home offices. Essentially, organizational structure encompasses formal and informal procedures and policies that a business owner can use to govern all the operations from a home-office. However, many home-based businesses don’t actually implement working structures in their operations because… Continue reading 7 Reasons Why Businesses Need Structure (In The Home Office)

Why You Should Double Management Positions

Doubling the management positions in different organisations is rapidly catching on as a flexible work arrangement. With the current economic realities, it is prudent for businesses to make an organisational adjustment to compete and grow as well. For businesses to compete on a global scale, there’s a need for responsiveness and 24/7 availability, especially in… Continue reading Why You Should Double Management Positions

Why two functional periods are enough

For all organisations, the difference between success and failure lies in identifying and cultivating strong leadership. Without strong managers weaved throughout the organisation, it’s possible the entire company will stagnate and fail to deliver on the promise of its mission. But how many functional periods shall a manager remain in place? Identifying strong managers isn’t quite… Continue reading Why two functional periods are enough

Onboarding Essentials

You’ve gone through the process of finding a batch of great new hires, chosen carefully from dozens of applicants and considered prospects. No doubt, your business runs like a finely tuned machine and each of your employees is a skilled operator. Your new recruits have all proven that their personalities and skills will fit well into… Continue reading Onboarding Essentials