Category Archives: decision making

Problem Solving and Decision Making Tips

Today we are required to make decisions and solve problems quickly. The rapidly changing internal and external situation is constantly creating new success criteria, constraints and options. We can no longer rely on ‘gut instinct’ and precedent for creative and effective solutions and ideas. As more people become involved in decision-making and problem-solving, we must… Read More »

On Bottling It

So the new UK series of The Apprentice is on it’s way. Pre publicity informs us that one of the contestants didn’t make it through the first night, packing up his suitcase and heading home before the first task was announced. His reasoning – 12 weeks is a long time to be apart from your… Read More »

Beyond The Language Barrier

With an ever increasingly globalised business world, language barriers are important. You’re reading this in English, which is the current global language of business, yet language is only one element of the cross cultural challenge of working globally. The greater challenge can be in understanding the more subtle differences of expectation and perception. Working in… Read More »