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" There is a tremendous amount of valuable information within every company and not all of it emerges in the form of information in the decision making and amelioration process. Ultimately, our objective is to create tools and work methods that will generate constant improvement whether or not we are present, and will continue for many years even after we have left the company. "

Ze'ev Ronen - Founder & CEO

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Management With KPIs

Our Work Method - Targets and Indicators as a tool to help Improve Profits and Performance

There is a tremendous amount of valuable information within every company and some of it does not emerge in the form of information in the decision making and amelioration process. Ultimately, our objective is to create tools and work methods that will create constant improvement that does not depend upon our presence, and will continue for many years even after we have left the company.

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The Coronavirus Benefited Some Businesses – How to Leverage Good Luck, And Bad Luck
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It might seem odd, but some businesses and people benefited from the global effects of the pandemic. For example, let's say you're a manufacturer of a niche product like facemasks, and suddenly it becomes the most sought after product worldwide, sold for exorbitant prices. It can seem as if luck fell out of the sky,…
How to Promote Engagement and Get Employees Invested in Company Goals
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How to Initiate Change and Deal with Objections
Written on 14-10-2020
Javier is a young tour guide, Until recently, he had a lot of work. He speaks Spanish fluently, and as a result he had, among is other clients, many Birthright groups from South America. And then came the Coronavirus, and Javier found himself without work, and with the realisation that life is unlikely to return to…
The Cost of Work-From-Home and Zoom Meetings
Written on 23-09-2020
Covid-19 changed many things in one fell swoop. One of those is the prohibition on face-to-face meetings. With the meetings we were used to no longer possible, we started using Zoom or similar softwares. School and university lectures, management meetings, consultations, workshops, coaching sessions.

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