get updated on new posts: join my newsletter and get new blog posts to your inbox.

Business Excellence Blog

11-05-2022
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
46 Views

Beware Cyber Fraud

Yossi called me, introducing himself as an investigator of cybercrime. He asked me if I'd been the victim of cybercrime in the past year.

15-12-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
273 Views

How to Communicate Effectively

While bike riding with a group of friends, A. and H. began a heated argument. As I got closer to them I heard it was about a bike riding event that took place many years ago, and they each had a different memory of. Each was convinced their memory was more accurate, and as often happens in such cases, they only listened to each other in order to quickly contradict each other. This wasn’t a dialogue, but two monologues.

24-11-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
236 Views

What Was Most Important to Employees in the Workplace Over the Years 2017-2021, and What Changed as a Result of the Coronavirus

Every year, CofaceBDI and The Marker magazine conduct a survey, on the topic "the 100 best companies to work at in Israel". The survey had about 150 thousand participants, and also uses internal surveys by the above companies. The survey then asked 2,000 participants to rank the parameters according to their importance.

03-11-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
238 Views

Why Meetings Are a Waste of Time, and How We Can Change That

Work meetings take up time, and it's often wasted time. But there are also efficient meetings, that give a sense of purpose and a drive for change. I assume many of you are among those whose experience with meetings is that they're a waste of time. You leave every meeting frustrated, and have learned to stay quiet to make the meeting go faster.

13-10-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
180 Views

How to Be a Better Negotiator

I once met with a CEO of a big organization we very much wanted to work with. From the beginning I looked at him with an encouraging smile. He answered in the same optimistic spirit. We grabbed a cup of coffee and settled in the meeting room, opening with some small talk. He mentioned he likes to listen to a certain radio program, of which I am also a frequent listener, and shared his opinions of it, with which I agreed.

08-09-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
269 Views

Are You Aiming to Be Number 1 in Your Market?

If you have a convenience store at a gas station, you need to stock a number of essential items customers might suddenly need, or buy impulsively when they stop to fill up. Nobody does their weekly grocery shop at a gas station.

14-07-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
455 Views

Why Some Managers Don’t Delegate, and How to Create Change?

One of the questions I routinely ask managers is, how much of their time they spend doing their employees’ jobs (putting out fires, problem solving, answering questions). Most, almost all, say they spend 70% to 95% of their time at the operational level. A level which includes mostly activities which could be delegated, or have officially been delegated.

23-06-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
245 Views

Why Are There More Unemployed Women?

Statistics show that 70% of all unemployed people in Israel during the third Coronavirus quarantine were women. The lack of symmetry between men and women in unemployment statistics has gotten worse over the pandemic.

09-06-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
301 Views

Toyota's Second Principle: Create a Flow to Raise Problems to the Surface

Aviv was the owner and CEO of a company, and led marketing and business development. Most sales and growth were in overseas markets, and Aviv personally managed activity in key countries. He spent a lot of time on marketing trips and knew all the overseas clients and distributors.

18-05-2021
written by: Ze'ev Ronen /
396 Views

How to Identify Your Company’s Values, and Why It Matters?

One of the first stages of personal coaching is identifying personal goals. Not defining, but identifying. We don’t choose pretty words and decide those are our values only because they look good. Personal values are an inherent part of us.

Page 1 of 11

Follow Me on Facebook

Manage! Best Value Practices for Effective Management

Read the first book by Ze'ev Ronen: "manage!" provide a fresh look on how you can improve business results by making your company matter to your employees.

"Manage" by Ze'ev Ronen - Front Cover

Read the first chapter & Reviews from previous readers >>

Buy the book on amazon.com >>

Manage Cover Front w150My First Book: Manage! Best Value Practices for Effective Management

The book brings together a set of tools that every CEO should know, presenting them in a clear, concise and consistent fashion that will leave the reader with comprehensive and useful knowledge to assist them in their careers as managers.

Read the first chapter & Reviews from previous readers >>