Don’t open books to see only the words being sought

Don’t open books to see only the words being sought

There is wisdom and obligation in never judging a book by its cover. And yet, the foolishness of opening a book to see only the words being sought is perhaps a more harmful mindset that requires its own idiom. Don’t open books to see only 

Success through ethics with human critical thinking and diversity

Success through ethics with human critical thinking and diversity

We need human critical thinking and diversity to succeed with this. © Move the Elephant for Inclusiveness, 2017

Overlook opportunities for increased success — ethical success

Overlook opportunities for increased success — ethical success

Is a widening respect-for-people deficit in today’s commercial endeavours and entrepreneurship overlooking the opportunity for increased success — ethical success?

Success cannot be measured by financials alone

Success cannot be measured by financials alone

True success cannot be measured by financials alone, but by focusing on the critical perspectives that rarely appear on spreadsheets pored over in ivory towers. Successful business recognises the importance of learning and growth: aligning internal processes with customer perception, employee satisfaction and social or 

Passion, potential and personality create the perfect fit for an employee

Passion, potential and personality create the perfect fit for an employee

If a capable candidate has the passion, potential and personality to succeed, what is more important? Don’t waste time on checkboxes to find a perfect-fit. If you find somebody who combines passion, potential and personality, don’t waste the opportunity to add value and increase success.

Remembering lucky randomness survivors at VJDay75

Remembering lucky randomness survivors at VJDay75

VJ Day’s 75th anniversary stresses a respect for historic significance, and it is important for people to share their perception about how events affected them. I commemorate the occasion here through reflecting on close life with a veteran — a 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusilier 

Flexibility transforms modern business

Flexibility transforms modern business

FlexJobs’ 2016 survey reveals only 7 percent of US workers say ‘they’re most productive in the office’ — 51 percent prefer working from home and 8 percent ‘would choose a coffee shop, coworking space, library, or other place besides the office’. Another 8 percent ‘would 

Knowledge-worker sloths choose flexibility

Knowledge-worker sloths choose flexibility

In This Morning Routine will Save You 20+ Hours Per Week, Benjamin Hardy raises two important commercial concerns: The Myth of the 8 Hour Workday and Quality Vs Quantity. Knowledge-workers sitting behind desks for eight hours, Monday to Friday, is an archaic tradition, absurd for 

When swinging the lead is too heavy to bother

When swinging the lead is too heavy to bother

To swing the lead, according to the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, is ‘to avoid work by pretending to be ill‘. Having witnessed colleagues’ behaviour for over 30 years, I believe the lead often swings because people cannot be bothered travelling, or need an extra