Management Mauritius

Transport, Increase Ticket: To Finance the Perpetual Chaos?

The Council of Ministers took the decision last Friday to grant a 12% increase in bus fare from 1 August 2013. Than postpone it till 13th of August. Increase of bus fare will have an economic impact on several sectors, including leisure.

02 Aug 2013,

15 Marketing Softwares That Can Boost Your Business

In today’s knowledge economy, the marketing landscape for businesses has changed dramatically.

01 Aug 2013,

10 Beliefs of Top Salespeople

Successful people share these beliefs, regardless of whether they actually work in sales.

01 Aug 2013,

Customers Complain. Here's 5 Rules to Help Your Employees Deal With It

Get your staff to follow this easy five-step process and your customers will be happier than ever.

01 Aug 2013,

4 Steps To Test Revenue-Management Strategies

Revenue managers should test new strategies by following the basics components of a real test: hypothesis, timing, metrics and analysis.

31 Jul 2013,

Mauritius Concrete Step Towards a "Cashless Society"

Nowadays, regarding the method of payment, technology takes the elevator and dethrones the use of cash. Credit cards, debit cards and credit and payment facilities are becoming more common.

31 Jul 2013,

How to Tell If You're In a Dead End Job (and What You Can Do About It)

Picture yourself in five years. Are you sitting at the same desk, working for the same manager, doing the same work, and earning the same salary as you are right now? I didn’t think so.

30 Jul 2013,

5 Must-Have Qualities Of The Modern Manager

As the world of work continues to change so do the qualities and characteristics of the managers who are going to be leading our companies.

29 Jul 2013,

Still Procrastinating? Why Productivity Tricks Fail

To-do lists and time-management tricks can only do much. If you really want to stop pushing off the tough stuff, look deeper.

24 Jul 2013,

Is Your Boss In Trouble? 15 Ways To Tell

We nicknamed him “Dead man walking.” It was no secret: Our manager’s time was running out. Years ago, he was something to behold. He had a vision and a plan. He made things happen. So we jumped when he called. And why not: He came around, asked for our opinions, and learned what made us tick. Back then, we were a team. We cared. We shared the same burdens…and celebrated our triumphs together.

23 Jul 2013,

7 Simple Ways to Boost Your Productivity

Feeling overworked, overwhelmed and overloaded? You have way more control over your time and productivity than you realize.

23 Jul 2013,

3 Ways to Get to Know Your Direct Reports

With a shiny new title, an office, and your very own team of employees, landing your first management gig is a pretty exciting time for you and your career. But as a new manager, you can’t focus on you anymore—now, everything is about your direct reports

22 Jul 2013,

3 Business Reality TV Shows that Should Succeed in India

Indian reality TV to me means Roadies, Emotional Atyachaar, Splitsvilla and Bigg Boss. The shows have huge fan followings and, obviously, make for good TV. We love seeing large bald men shouting at hapless small-town aspirants, cringe-worthy audition failures and the changes in expressions when more than one contestant is to be eliminated in an episode.

20 Jul 2013,

How to Bust Out of a Creative Rut

What kills creativity? Knowing the answer can nurture the innovator within.

18 Jul 2013,

Extending Your Brand May Dilute its Identity

Nokia, BlackBerry and Samsung are all victims of product line-extensions

15 Jul 2013,

Feeling Frustrated? How to Advocate for Yourself at Work

“I think I need to quit.”

14 Jul 2013,

Forget About Working On Your Weakness, Play To Your Strengths: Your (Overwhelming) Reaction To The Idea

Who knew there were so many people frustrated by being told to work on their weaknesses? I certainly didn’t. Here’s the background.

12 Jul 2013,

How Your Brain Perceives Time (and How to Use It to Your Advantage)

We might not be able to create more time when we need it most—like when a deadline is approaching—but we can use the understanding of how we perceive time to our advantage.

11 Jul 2013,

How to Break the Mold and Be an Independent Thinker

To come up with truly creative products and unique ideas, great business leaders need to be independent thinkers. Our brains are wired to recycle ideas we’ve already heard from others, but you can learn to think independently, or to come up with novel ideas, with a few easy psychological tips and tools.

08 Jul 2013,

Owner vs. CEO Management

There’s a distinctly different management philosophy between owners and CEOs.

29 Jun 2013,