The aim of this study is to make an interdisciplinary review on the principle of parsimony and the way it could possibly affect humans’ decision-making process. Parsimony is analysed as a scientific approach in evolutionary research, as well as an approach for interpreting cortical cognitive functioning. The study also reviews theories in decision-making processes and … More BRAIN PARSIMONY AND ITS EFFECT ON DECISION MAKING PROCESS
There are too many adversities that your people encounter in their everyday job activities. Those difficulties emanate from internal factors such as technical problems, process flaws and interpersonal relationships, as well as from external factors such as clients, suppliers, and other stakeholders relationships. They need your support to overcome them! What usually happens is that … More Protect your People
Burnout is an established medical condition, and many professionals from various fields (e.g. psychologists, life coaches etc.) provide solutions to burnout victims. Burnout is the state where individuals have no more energy to keep doing their job effectively. The feeling is that of exhaustion, and they cannot make any more impact to the organization with … More From Burnout to Burnin
If we are asked to describe a leader we will probably attribute characteristics such as energetic, hardworking, idea generator. On the other hand, our description of a follower may not be as flattering. We would probably describe them as lazy, unwilling, and uncommitted. But we have also seen that same person exhibiting the latter behaviours … More The Energetic Leader and the Lazy Follower Phenomenon
Many people take the initiative to become leaders of something; but, is their “will” or “desire” to lead enough to qualify them as a “leader”? The answer is NO! It is true that those people with the will or desire to lead others possess some attributes that are characteristic of leaders. Those characteristics are mainly … More You think you are a leader? Think again!
Simplicity in management is dictated by the complexity theory which asserts that there is order in chaos, in that if we leave a system alone it will eventually get self-organized. The same stands for organizations. People are complex entities as individuals, and consequently even more complex as groups. So, leading people requires a simple management … More Simplicity: A leaders’ new perspective
The thinkers and the speakers, the designers and the salespersons. Each one is valuable for delivering knowledge, services, and products to the final receivers. However, there is a common trend to compensate more those who have the final conversation/contact with the receiver. Our societies give more value to those who deliver than to those who … More Bonus System – Value is not created only by sales
There are many types of leave such as maternity leave, vacation leave, leave of absence etc. In this article I suggest the working leave as an HR method against burnout. Burnout is the physical and emotional exhaustion an employee feels mostly due to work overload. Individual’s energy decreases, and energy repletion requires rest. The person … More Working Leave – A Method Against Burnout