Weekly Reports December 2019

December 18, 2019

2019 YEAR END REPORT – 19-52

  •      THOUGHTS FOR  YEAR-END CONTEMPLATION ‘TIME MANAGEMENT’ IS AN ILLUSION. It passes irrespective of our desire, intention or behavior. So framing efforts to improve productivity or efficiency in the context of the ‘clock’ is misdirected. Reality is that the problem in... Continue
  • December 10, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-51

  • LAX IS THE 4TH BUSIEST AIRPORT IN THE WORLD, annually serving over 87 million passengers with half departing on planes every 50 seconds, after having been “cross-profiled with algorithms and matched against ‘watch-lists’ some twenty different ways,” then screened (along... Continue
  • December 1, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-50

  • AS 2020 STRATEGY EVOLVES, EMPLOYERS NEED AWARENESS THAT ‘GENERATION Z’ KIDS, born after 2000, are now entering the job market with perspective quite different than any previous generation. Effective management involves both understanding their unique perspective and procedural integration with... Continue
  • November 23, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-49

  • 70% OF START-UP COMPANIES FAIL BECAUSE OF A FEW FUNDAMENTAL STEPS: (1) Premature Scaling – spending money on non-essentials like marketing, sales personnel, fancy offices, etc. before “nailing the product/market fit critical to growing the business”; (2) Failure to involve... Continue
  • November 18, 2019

    Weekly Report 19-48

  • AS YEAR-END ‘REVIEWS’ COMMENCE, AND EMPLOYERS WRESTLE with bonus and salary issues, the critical importance of process and employee perception are often overlooked, to the detriment of subsequent performance, team engagement and loyalty. PROCESS relates to an evaluation program which... Continue