Back Office Operations

Winning: How you can enable your teams to win!

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“I really tried to implement my winning team strategy but I need a little bit more help” announced Paul (The CEO of a fast growing services company with over 10,000 people — From my previous article 3 steps to creating winning teams!) even as he walked up to the table where I was sitting.   […]

Penny Wise = Bad Business. You need to know why

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Around a year ago, one of our customer was pushing us to improve our productivity by 2%. We did everything we could from time study analysis, to process consultant, to even having people take typing classes!! Our customer argument was simple “I have to bring down my cost by 10% and I can do that […]

VA Research: Gain from your peers experiences

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See how your peers/competition and the market has cut costs and become more efficient in this endless downturn: We are wading through the longest recession since 1930. We know it feels longer than that for you but are you interested in knowing how your peers coping with this down trend to reduce costs. What you can learn from […]

Attitude Issues in YOUR Organization? Go Clubbing!!!

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For a long time I had given up on motivating people to excel. Given up, because I had tried everything possible and prescribed. From team huddles, to team outings, one on ones, power talks, external speakers,and online videos. Name it and I had done it. Yet, I consistently found three sets of people in every […]

Social: Executing without overheads

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“2 months! You have got to be kidding me! ” shouted Mark at Jill, our head of procurement.   It was around 7:00 PM, most of the employees had left for the day. The ones that were in the office were gathering to see what the public brawl was about. “This can’t be good” I thought to […]

Social Business Gaming Enterprise

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“I think I should just be a ‘B’ player in my organization. Jack tried to make a difference and was fired” announced Jane across the dinner table. I was shocked! Shocked because I was visiting friends and family over the holiday break and had visited with Jane after a long time. In all these years […]

Using Dashboards to Manage Companies to Succcess

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A short visit: I saw Tony Starks coming out of the airport terminal looking exactly like I had seen him 10 years ago. He is 6 foot 4’ and built like Iron Man himself. He was looking sharper than usual even after an 8 hour plane ride from Europe to India. Starks Enterprise had signed […]

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