Social Loafing and Determining the Right Team Size

By |November 29th, 2019|

Social groups are a basic part of our human existence. We all belong to many different types of social groups. They give us a sense of security and belonging; help us shape our values, norms, and so on. In addition to our primary groups of family and friends, we also

Get the Team to Participate in Process Improvement

By |November 19th, 2019|

Introducing process improvement means introducing changes. And with changes comes resistance. It can be due to fear of the unknown, fear of failure or mistrust in the organizational leaders. The list goes on. But no matter the reason, opposing change is part of human nature. So people continue doing things

How To Balance Productivity and Creativity

By |November 6th, 2019|

There is a big difference between productivity and creativity. That’s a fact. But these two supposedly opposing forces that are constantly fighting for your time are actually two sides of the same coin. And if the work environment is established in such a way, one can fuel the other,

How to Use Kanban Swimlanes to Improve Task Organization

By |November 5th, 2019|

Kanban swimlanes are an integral part of any Kanban board. That is if you want to make the most of it. Because even though a Kanban board with multiple columns can still help you organize your work and streamline your work, adding swimlanes will boost your process management even