I thought to myself, “Once I achieve a consistent, noise-free routine, I’ll be able to work seamlessly.” To be honest, that kind of workflow still hasn’t happened.
Posts Tagged: planning
After building the program for three quarters, seeking feedback from the stakeholders and making course corrections, a CISO should look forward.
I found I executed strategizing, planning and operating in all my successful initiatives, but they were absent in my failed projects.
How can you prepare government to lead change? Develop your strategic thinking by learning and experiences to set goals based on the environment and risks.
Not all decision-making methods are equal, and some work better than others, depending on the type of decision you need to make. Here are four methods of decision making.
We know that employee engagement is important, yet it still falls through the cracks in our workdays. There are two common challenges for our clients and within our own business.
Mind maps can help form connections and links between areas you might not have thought of if you hadn’t paired them visually.
One reason I can’t plan digitally? I can’t see it in front of me often enough for the system to work. So, I stick with paper and employ a few visual cues to keep me on track.
I believe a weekly review is the most important meeting of the week. It sets you up for future success.
Let’s look at your yearly plans, and make them more manageable—and less stressful—by slotting them into your weekly calendar.