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DR ELIJAH O. ACHOCH
Stimulating Organisational Growth With Knowledge Management Enablers
Knowledge generation can be defined as the process by which the firm obtains knowledge, either from outside the company or generated internally. If organisations implement knowledge management practices successfully, they are able to perform intelligently to sustain their competitive advantage by developing their knowledge assets. The information technology boom has caused organizations to realize the shift from the resource economy of controlling land, labour and capital to the knowledge economy of creating business value through the utilization of intangible knowledge.
Business Process Re-Engineering
Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) traces its origin to the period in the 1980's when private sector business organizations recognized the need for quality improvements....
Operational Excellence is a Key Success Driver
Operational Excellence is the execution of the business strategy more consistently and reliably than the competition.
Effective Leadership For The 21st Century Organisation
When transitioning to a leadership it can be hard to interact, particularly if you’ve worked with people in a non-managerial role.
Using Job Description to Stimulate Employee Performance
A Job Description is an organized factual statement of job content in the form of duties and responsibilities of a specific job. A job...
Employee Wellbeing: A Competitive Edge for 21st Century Organisations
Welfare facilities cover a wide range of basic health, safety issues intended to protect the health and safety of everyone in the workplace.
The Enigma of Effective HR Procurement
Companies may have to spend minimal or large amounts of money on implementing staffing models depending on nature and size of their business.
Making the Future Public Service Bold and Proactive
Successful coping with rapid change will require most Public Service staff to adopt a new stance towards the future.
The Architectural Make-Up of Organisations
Many organizational structures have become faller as a measure of remaining competitive while some structures have grown complex.
Dynamics of People and Their Effect on Organizational Behaviour
People make up the internal social system of an organization. The system consists of individuals and groups.