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Monthly Archives: February 2012


Re-aligning Personal and Organizational Guides Could Moderate Inevitable Turbulences

By Mwangi  Wanjumbi – Newtimes B.S. CEO & Chief Consultant/Trainer Every car driver is certainly familiar with the dashboard, which exhibits the situation of the vehicle. It displays the speed, engine temperature and many more variables. Red signs on the board indicate danger, which needs to be attended to, almost immediately. The fuel tank could for example be running dry or the temperature gauge could be rising unusually, thus indicating a problem with the charging or automated systems. How does the situation of the car

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Why Head Teachers Are Better Off Adopting Envisaged Performance Measures

By Mwangi  Wanjumbi – Newtimes B.S. CEO & Chief Consultant/Trainer Needless to revisit the exact details, there were numerous threatening moments occasioned by release of the KCPE examination results for year 2011. Subsequently, blood was shed and a number of lives needlessly lost on account of the same results. These are sad developments that should quickly be let to sink in the dustbins of history. But, if the reactions of the leadership of the teaching fraternity are anything to go by, then we may not

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What Feelings Does Your Brand Radiate?

By Mwangi Wanjumbi – Newtimes B. S. CEO & Chief Consultant/Trainer A recent news item indicated that the Nano Tata car of India has disappointed the Manufacturer.  The earlier projected sales of 20 – 25,000 vehicles annually have never exceeded 10, 000 units, even in 2011. Meanwhile, the target market for the Nano was meant to be the poor of India. Ideally, they were supposed to be promoted from either riding scooters or driving second hand cars. But, it looks like this market has not

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Embrace the 21ST Century Organizations’ Open Door Communication Process else…

By Mwangi  Wanjumbi – Newtimes B.S. CEO & Chief Consultant/Trainer It is still in the very early weeks of the New Year 2012. After the X-mass and New Year festivities, everything has just started taking shape.  Organizations are still very busy strategizing on the activities ahead. It is time also for change agents to catch up with organizational executives especially to ensure that discussions held at the close of the previous year are put in perspective in the ensuing plans. Safe for short telephone discussions,

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Employee Re-branding May No Longer Be Optional, But Rather A Matter of When

By Mwangi  Wanjumbi – Newtimes B.S. CEO & Chief Consultant/Trainer Allow me to share an experience of last week while it is still fresh. I had been asked to meet a certain executive, working in a major post school knowledge disseminating organization. When I arrived in my host’s office, I was welcomed by his personal assistant to whom I promptly handed my visiting card. She glanced at it and was seemingly stunned by an observation, which she read out loudly. “Organizational culture change/employee re-branding solutions,

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