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learning to earning curve

The curve From Learning To Earning

Learning in real fact never ends, however, what you make out of what you learnt is the takeaway cheese. The general idiosyncrasy is that learning is based on the fact that to learn, one must be sitting in a class. Let’s rebuff this idea right away! Learning in its universality involves all-around human experience and knowledge acquisition. this could be in a formal or informal setting. In an evolving and Gen Z dominated space, learning has taken a new twist [...]

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mission statement

The Perfect Brand Mission Statement -Case studies

The same way many organizations mixed up the idea of what a brand is the same applies when carving out a good mission statement. The mistake you don’t want to make as an organization is giving people the wrong impression about who you are, what you stand for and who you want to impact on. Also, note that a mission statement is not your vision. That compels us to ask, what is your mission statement?. [...]

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Business empire

Golden Guide To Building An Age Long Business Empire

There seem to be inconclusive decisions that surround building a business empire. Building a business is a whole lot. When we say empire, we talk about business that extends beyond boundaries and attracts partnerships. The truth of the fact is that many entrepreneurs have founded their businesses around feeble and short termed structures. Perhaps it is imperative to consider what ideology and structure a business is built upon. Hence, the golden guide. However, asides the misfiring business ideas that kiss [...]

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Business Feature ; National Domestic Debts Review

When it applies to business or corporate affairs, it is sure thing to come across the term Borrowing which in its technicality is LOANS. Businesses take loans for a couple of reasons including expansion, investments, high purchases or in real estate etc. Countries take loans to finance development and such is factored into a tangible project that will boost revenue generation. The aim is to take planned and strategic approach towards loans. Now one may ask, Is Nigeria’s National Debts [...]

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Generation z cohort studies

Human Resources Framework For Generation Z

Introduction A generation cohort refers to a group born in the same defined period of years. They share certain societal and historical life exposures during their formative years. Members of the group tend to have a homogenous mindset and attitude that is especially unique to their cohort. The mindset, attitude, and values that they develop as a result of the societal exposure, in turn, influence their value systems, response to authority, and workplace value systems. [...]

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How to Write a Winning Business Plan

How to Write a Winning Business Plan The business plan admits the entrepreneur to the investment process. Without a plan furnished in advance, many investor groups won’t even grant an interview. And the plan must be outstanding if it is to win investment funds. Too many entrepreneurs, though, continue to believe that if they build a better mousetrap, the world will beat a path to their door. A good mousetrap is important, but it’s only part of meeting the challenge. Also [...]

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The Secrets to Successful Strategy Execution

The Secrets to Successful Strategy Execution A brilliant strategy, blockbuster product, or breakthrough technology can put you on the competitive map, but only solid execution can keep you there. You have to be able to deliver on your intent. Unfortunately, the majority of companies aren’t very good at it, by their own admission. Over the past five years, we have invited many thousands of employees (about 25% of whom came from executive ranks) to complete an online assessment of their [...]

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Good Leadership Is About Asking Good Questions

Good Leadership Is About Asking Good Questions Leaders today need to revisit an overlooked skill: asking questions. In my 40 years as an executive and advisor in Silicon Valley, I’ve often seen leaders assume that people look to them for answers — bold assertions that build people’s confidence in their competence. But in reality, that kind of approach erodes trust, especially at a time when so much is manifestly uncertain. You think you have the answers to all important questions? [...]

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7 Strategies to Build a More Resilient Team

7 Strategies to Build a More Resilient Team Announcing Q4 results that exceeded Wall Street’s expectations, Apple CEO Tim Cook identified resilient, high-functioning teams as a key element that fortified the company in the midst of the pandemic’s unprecedented challenges. “Even though we’re apart, it’s been obvious this year that around the company, teams and colleagues have been leaning on and counting on each other more than in normal times,” Cook said. “I think that instinct, that resilience has been an [...]

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Your Best Ideas Are Often Your Last Ideas

Your Best Ideas Are Often Your Last Ideas As organizations large and small face unprecedented challenges, fostering the creativity necessary to develop truly breakthrough ideas has become more important than ever. But in order to live up to our creative potential, we must first understand how the creative process actually works. Prior research has shown that people’s first ideas are rarely their most creative. Coming up with just one breakthrough idea typically requires a lengthy brainstorming process, in which you generate [...]

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