The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
VUCA is an acronym that stands for volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity, which characterise the nature of some difficult conditions and situations.
Born in the 1990’s in the military world of the American military, it originally described the conditions the world faced after the cold war.
Many managers face the dilemma at times of what to focus their valuable time on when it appears that everything is urgent, everything is important and nothing can be delegated to anyone else.
This predicament can have many repercussions on managers’ time and effort, as they switch from issue to issue, prepared to fight fires at every corner.
Although it is impossible to pinpoint the one thing that sets apart a great manager from a mediocre one, there are clearly different skills, ideas and opinions that set apart effective leaders from ineffective ones.
Below are the 17 top management skills that you should add to your virtual toolbox in order to improve your leadership abilities.
What can you do to make the company you work for more profitable, create a better corporate culture and improve productivity in your office?
The answer is not simple, as it takes many different things to become a great manager.
Just because a person got appointed to a leadership position does not mean they have the actual skills needed to manage people.
However, even the most experienced managers don’t know all there is to know about being the most effective boss to their employees.