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Eliminating Unnecessary activity

Most people spend most of their time in a cobweb of handling in-trays, emails, writing memos, writing reports and a series of formal and informal meetings, visits to suppliers, customers and other parts of the organisation, budgets, measures, presentations, staff reviews and endless telephone calls.

To be effective you have to manage this cobweb. The good news is that you don't have to change the cobweb of processes. You just have to change some of your habits within the cobweb.

Most of the time spent on these activities are destined to provide only incremental improvements and business as usual results. We will show you how to change your habit so that you spend at least 50% of your time invested in processes and methods likely to give breakthrough results.

Research shows that most managers spend about 80% of their time on three activities: meetings, memos and emails. We show managers how to break out of this bind.

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