Some days it feels like we are being bombarded with information and some days we just don't seem to have enough.
The amount of updates that are being given within and to an organisation is a topic that I find really interesting. How do people keep on track of what is going on? Does it help? Does it make people more accountable?
Somewhere in the midst of all the information that flies around a business is the right amount (and the right quality too!).
If you ask around at your place of work you are likely to find reports that are produced too frequently and that aren't read. You might find meetings that take place that are no longer meaningful to the current business activities. You may find that data gathering is taking place, but is no longer referred to as information.
What are the key sources of information your organisation needs to manage itself effectively?
Do you have them at the right frequency, and is the information correct?
Could be worth checking out.
Smartspeed Consulting Limited
'For When Results Matter'http://www.smartspeed.co.uk
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