Monthly Archives: March 2011

Start With Herzberg if Motivation Lacks at Work


By Manie Bosman How do you motivate people? I often come across managers or business owners who are frustrated because their employees show lack of motivation and are therefore reluctant to ‘go the extra mile’ to lift performance levels from … Continue reading

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Changing the Way We Deal With Change


By Manie Bosman As the rate of change in every sphere of human existence is ever increasing, the very manner in which we deal with change needs constant re-evaluation and adaptation. Up to thirty or forty years ago change occurred … Continue reading

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Let Form Follow Function for More Effective Change


By Manie Bosman The phrase of “form follows function” was coined by American sculptor Horatio Greenough and made famous by architect Louis Sullivan. Generally associated with architecture and industrial design, the phrase refers to the design principle that the shape … Continue reading

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What Leaders can Learn from Cow Names


By Manie Bosman A friend recently remarked that in spite of the rising popularity of relational leadership models, proper empirical research proving if and how organizations benefit from these leadership models is still scarce. One result which comes close is … Continue reading

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