The logo is the first thing people will associate with your visual brand. Its goal is to distinguish you from the competition, to be engraved in memory and be remembered. Your logo should instantly associate with your company and make you want to buy a product or service. It is why brand designers are so careful when creating logo designs. What are the principles of effective logo design? Continue reading What are the Principles of Effective Logo Design?
Have you ever come across a problem that seems impossible to solve? Problem solving starts with innovation. What may be considered impossible in one paradigm may be really easy to solve using another paradigm. This is just one of the ways to solve management problems. So where do all the good ideas come from? Is it possible to solve problems by thinking outside the box?
Improving working conditions has a significant effect on production processes. The Kaizen philosophy can help a lot in this case. The Kaizen philosophy is primarily related to production. But let’s look at how this approach can be used in the office. Continue reading How Workplace Organization Affects Company Development
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way we do things for the foreseeable future, it can be difficult to ensure a safe workplace in a post-COVID world. However, there are some tips that employees do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and help you get things moving again as things start to slowly return to normal.
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Leaders work on understanding and improving the system through performance metrics or measures. Anytime I bring up the question of measures, people always ask “what’s a good measure?” The answer is, it depends on the type of business you operate. But it always starts with your purpose — what are you in business to do? Continue reading What are Performance Metrics Examples?
How well does your core business end-to-end process design (i.e. business model) deliver your vision? Continue reading Does Your End-To-End Process Design Deliver Your Vision?
There are three core process flows within your company: your cash cycle, your manufacturing (or fulfillment) cycle, and some have a design cycle. What is the difference between these important cycles? How does design flow differ?