Running a business in a risk environment is always tied to future uncertainty. However, it is possible – and even advisable – to diversify the risk in the areas unrelated directly to client-facing services. How to do this? Through implementing proper corporate governance!
Short story on how values and good management can result in a worthy combination – extremely agile teams that know no fear of crisis.
In the competitive job market, employers must do more than ever to convince potential candidates that they are the organization worth investing in. It is no longer enough to pay on time and provide free coffee. A good company needs to present itself as a complete, interesting entity that offers a wide array of benefits.
Books are wonderfully old-school in the era of ubiquitous screens, but the lessons they convey aren’t by any means outdated. Here at Bee Talents we are always hunting for people
Lean Change management can be harder than it seems. Road from a good idea to a well implemented idea is twisted and has many obstacles one may not expect. Make sure to get your strategy in order before overhauling your organization!
As an HR Consultant, I repeatedly come across questions on how to increase team’s engagement. Talking to leaders, they point out that it’s initiative and sharing new ideas they lack them most. There are some solutions which companies try to introduce when facing such problems…
A few months ago, one of the teammates came to me and said that he’s not going to be involved in some company activities because he didn’t feel his contribution is necessary. Moreover, he referred to one of our values – authenticity – and thus, ended the discussion.
Recently, Piotr Nabielec invited me to a meeting within his series of meetings with the CEO / CTO of IT companies. We talked about our tips&tricks used at work. I referred to this as ’How to move from work hard to work smart’. Today I would like to extend this subject a bit further by sharing some practices that help me to better manage my tasks at work.