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  • Stepping into Management – A Beginner’s Guide for the Newbie Manager
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    As the old saying goes, "With great power comes great responsibility." This is certainly true for those who step into a management role for the first time. Management is a crucial component of any organization, and effective management can make the difference between success and failure. However, the transition to...

  • The Impact of Monitoring and Evaluation on Organizational Sustainability and Growth
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    In today's fast-paced business environment, monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is critical for any organization looking to achieve sustainability and growth. By regularly assessing the progress and impact of activities, organizations can identify areas for improvement, adapt to changing circumstances, and make data-driven decisions. In this post, we will discuss the...

  • Balancing Quality and Timeliness – A Monitoring and Evaluation Conundrum
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    Balancing the need for quality with timeliness in monitoring and evaluation (M&E) can be a daunting task. It requires a strategic approach that considers the project timeline and the desired outcomes. Whether you're a project manager, an M&E professional, or just someone interested in improving your project management skills, this...

  • Balancing Financial Goals with Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
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    Balancing the pursuit of profit with a commitment to social and environmental responsibility can be a major corporate social responsibility challenge for companies. Companies may encounter a little bit of a challenge in allocating resources toward CSR initiatives while also meeting their financial targets. One solution to this issue is for...

  • Are You Hauling Buckets or Building a Pipeline?
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    The story below “From Hauling Buckets or Building A Pipeline”, as told in the opening pages of Robert Kiyosaki’s “The Cashflow Quadrant,” challenges us to critically examine our approach to career building. Though written specifically for entrepreneurs, it is applicable in all spheres of life. For example, an employee who...

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