20% of management theories are responsible for 80% of results. That’s assuming the Pareto Principle makes the cut.
A project goal like a joke. If you have to explain it, it is not good / fun.
Productivity is about looking forward. Looking back too much, or trying to be too much of a perfectionist, can destroy that productivity. So keep going. Keep creating. Keep building.
An organisation can neither appreciate nor appraise correctly a bright & talent till the people at its topmost height think that it requires a wrong person over the right workforce to get the job done.
Success is always the final outcome when one adopts the habit of embracing each day with a high level of enthusiasm and productivity.
A private organisation may not have sufficient apple or other essential ingredients in its monthly stock, but its top brass will only talk about individual’s performance pie i.e. achievement vs target of apple-pie sales in the meeting.
I always make sure that the world will prove me right. It gives me the freedom to contradict myself.
If we attend continually and promptly to the little that we can do, we shall ere long be surprised to find how little remains that we cannot do.
One of the great challenges of our age, in which the tools of our productivity are also the tools of our leisure, is to figure out how to make more useful those moments of procrastination when we’re idling in front of our computer screens.
Ask one question: Would a Millennial (anyone born between 1980 and 2000) look forward to working here?
Try this exercise. Take a group of people into a large, open room with tackable wall surfaces or whiteboards. Give them large sheets of paper, sticky notes, markers, and tape. Ask them to create a concept for a work environment (don’t say “office