Posts Tagged employees

Creative activities to promote innovation (The art of questioning)

Creative activities to promote innovation (The art of questioning)

Today I will continue developing my series of articles I have been writing about innovation and a list of tools we can use in order to promote creativity among our employees. Remember the ones I have presented until today: Blue Slip, morphological analysis and brainstorming. Don’t hesitate

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Creative activities to promote innovation (Blue Slip)

Creative activities to promote innovation (Blue Slip)

Let’s return to these series of articles I have dedicated to businesses innovation by remembering some of the techniques I have mentioned, in order to have creative employees in our company. The first one I presented is very popular and is called brainstorming. The second one I

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Creative activities to promote innovation (Morphological Analysis)

Creative activities to promote innovation (Morphological Analysis)

Continuing with these series of articles that I have dedicated to different creativity techniques that companies can use in order to generate innovation, I will talk about a technique named morphological analysis. Before I continue, I invite you to read the introduction where I explain the difference

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Creative activities to promote innovation (Brainstorming)

Creative activities to promote innovation (Brainstorming)

On my last post, I talked about creativity in order to generate innovation on companies. I explainted both terms –creativity and innovation- and how they are different. I invite you to read that post before you continue with this one. On this new article I will present

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Creative activities to promote innovation (introduction)

Innovation is a concept that has become very popular, specially in recent years. Every company wants to be innovative and to offer solutions to their problems and the problems of their clients from this perspective. And even if innovation is a concept that has become very popular

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Subjects every CEO of a SME must understand (Human Resources)

Subjects every CEO of a SME must understand (Human Resources)

On my last post I talk about the importance that the CEO of a SME knows about some legal subjects. Big companies have the financial muscle and the necessity to hire lawyers that are specialists on different subjects, but small and medium companies don’t always have it.

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Does a Quality Management System really works?

Does a Quality Management System really works?

The article I will write may be controversial, especially for people that work on Organization and Methods areas who believe in what they do. However what I am writing is based in my personal experience, working on this area for many years. Before I started my own

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The Personal Brand model applied to Consulting Firms (part 2)

The Personal Brand model applied to Consulting Firms (part 2)

As I mentioned on my last post in the consulting firms’ traditional model, what they sell is the company’s brand and not the talent of their consultants. According to one of my teachers from university this is a better model because no one becomes essential at the

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The Personal Brand model applied to Consulting Firms (part 1)

The Personal Brand model applied to Consulting Firms (part 1)

When I was at the university enrolled on my E-Commerce degree, I had very good teachers, that at the same time where working for huge consulting firms, well known worldwide. I will never forget that one of these teachers once told me that when you are working

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Telecommuting advantages for your company (part 6)

Telecommuting advantages for your company (part 6)

In this sixth part of the series dedicated to the advantages of telecommuting I will introduce the last one. It is possible that the one I will mention in this post is going to be the most important for your company but remember that you can benefit

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