Category Archives: 1% Improvement

5 Point Agenda During the Crisis Period

Dear Friends, Covid19 Lockdown thought us so many things, during those early days of Lockdown I have conceived this 5 Point Agenda and started spreading this message to whom I have met in person as well as had Telecall discussions. So far 100 People have been delivered with this 5 Point Agenda. I wish to reach more… Now Its Your

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20 Points to consider while reopening our factories after Lockdown COVID19 Crisis

Dear Friends, I have Listed necessary precautions we have to take at our factories once we commence our operation, Ensure you have well connected and well informed with your Local Health Officials – District Health Officer, Sanitation Officer, Etc Perform Disinfection with the support of District administration or by yourself before Opening Ensure the Workplace has adequate Ventilation Three Level

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Self Development – Rule #1 – Be Hungry and Eat the Frog!!!

Dear Friends, Recently I read a book by self-development author and public speaker Brian Tracy “Eat That Frog! discuss time management and productivity best practices in his best-selling book. Brian Tracy states as below, Found Interesting? “Eat that Ugliest Frog First”. Will write in detail about the Book and Tips for Better Time Management in my Next Post. Stay Connected.

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கழிவறை சுத்தம்-சுகாதாரம்-தொழிலாளர் நலம்-நிலைப்புத்தன்மை – பணியிட சூழல் நிர்வாக மேலாண்மை

நிறுவனத்தின் மீதான நன்மதிப்பு அதன் பணியாளர் மீதான அக்கறை அறிய வேண்டுமானால் அந்த நிறுவனத்தின் இரண்டு பகுதியை ஆய்வு செய்தாலே போதுமானது என்று நான் அடிக்கடி கூறுவேன். ஒன்று அந்நிறுவனத்தின் பணியாளர்கள் உண்ணும் உணவகம், மற்றொன்று அவர்கள் பயன்படுத்தும் கழிவறை. கழிவறைக்கும் நிர்வாக மேலாண்மை திறனுக்கும் என்ன சம்பந்தம் என்று நீங்கள் கேட்கும் கேள்விக்கான எனது பதில் தான் இந்த கட்டுரை. இந்தியாவில் ஐக்கிய நாடுகள் சபையின் அறிக்கைப்படி உள்ள புள்ளிவிபரங்கள். அந்த அறிக்கையில், தொற்றுநோய்கள் பெரும்பாலும் பணியிட சூழலில் குறிப்பாக சுகாதாரமற்ற கழிவறைகள்

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How Will you Measure your Life? – HBR Interview with Clayton M. Christensen

An Interesting Interview & Thoughtful Discussion on “Purpose of Life” Don’t worry about the level of individual prominence you have achieved; worry about the individuals you have helped become better people. This is my final recommendation: Think about the metric by which your life will be judged, and make a resolution to live every day so that in the end,

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World Bank Report on “Stitches to Riches? : Apparel Employment, Trade, and Economic Development in South Asia”

World Bank Group recently published a report named “Stitches to Riches” explores how South Asia’s growing Population can be given with better Job and Potential for high labour intensive apparel market to go for more expansion, it also points out the increasing costs of Chinese Apparel Production. The report details and recommends “Policy level” directives. This post will discuss on

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Inspire your Employees by defining the “Purpose of Your Organization”

  A Recent HBR Article discuss the findings on a survey by Calling Brands, Claims that Two-thirds said a higher purpose would motivate them to go the extra mile in their jobs. The below video tells us, How KPMG assisting and Transforming Nations through its Service. This powerful Message made a significant impact among its employees to have  an improved

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Supply Chain Frauds and 3 Ways to Fix it

Business runs on the Complex Networks of Business Operations, Resources and resource Partner networks, the opportunities for fraud, waste, and abuse have multiplied. Companies have to look into their system to scrutinize as well as  fix the gaps identified. In an article published by, David Landsman, Marcus Puschke, Lilliana Grbic, and Stephanie Overby the Supply Chain Frauds were assessed, based on

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Is Lunch break influence the Sales performance and working pattern?

Recently, as a part of my job i was working on an analysis to improve my sales performance. An article by a sales application provider gave me lots of insights and to streamline myself towards the path of better sales performance. In any sales man’s daily activity the expected productivity curve would be below, the sales activity peaks at 11:00

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