How many of us like to have something Good, Cheap and Fast? The truth is I want to have it myself too, but the reality is often not the case. There are bound to have consequences in demanding to meet all of them.
In most circumstances, to achieve 2 of the criteria, we must sacrifice one and decide what we can forgo. However, if we look deeper into certain situations, that might not even be the case. So let’s take a quick look at some of the situations.
Singaporeans like to travel around for food, and most don’t mind waiting…
In my last article on IPMA, I wrote about the second competence element in the People Area, Personal Integrity and Reliability. In this article, I am writing on the next competence element of the People Area: Personal Communication.
Pseudopscops is not the first company that I started. Pseudoscops is the fourth company that I co-founded at the moment. However, it is the first company that I am running full-time, without the comfort of having a full-time job.
Out of the four companies, three of them are providing technological solutions. The unique one that I started alone provides photography services. One of the services is to bring couples overseas to a scenic location to take their bridal shots and tour the place without worrying about the logistics. …
In my last article on IPMA, I wrote about the first competence element in the People Area, Self-Reflection & Self-Management. In this article, I am writing on the next competence element of the People Area: Personal Integrity and Reliability.
When we are correct, we will find all pieces of evidence pointing towards this and defend our stand. When we are wrong, we seek for the opposite, to prove that that’s wrong and we are correct. I want to be correct and do not like the feeling to be incorrect. Being right does not mean that we are accurate. There’s a difference between the two states.
When we are being blinded or having the bias to ensure our stand, we will always see that we are right and all shreds of evidence pointing towards that. …
In my last article on IPMA, I wrote about the fifth competence element, the final element in the Perspective Area, Culture & Values. In this article, I am writing on the first competence element of the People Area: Self-Reflection & Self-Management.
In my last article on IPMA, I wrote about the fourth competence element in the Perspective Area, Power & Interest. In this article, I am writing on the fifth competence element: Culture & Values.
This competence element aims to enable the individual to recognise and integrate the influence of internal and external cultural aspects on the project approach, objectives, processes, sustainability of the outcomes and agreed outcomes.
April 2020 is when I started to explore conducting webinars online to reach out to potential customers.
Singapore went into a “Circuit Breaker”, also known as a Lockdown, due to the outbreak of COVID-19. This limit the ability I can go around to meet up with people. Also, we need to reach out to more people to introduce what we can do for those, especially for those who like to get on Digital Transformation.
It started with me subscribing to a Zoom account, figuring around what I can do with that. Eventually, I decided to jump onto a paid version…
In my last article on IPMA, I wrote about the third competence element in the Perspective Area, Compliance, Standards and Regulations. In this article, I am writing on the fourth competence element: Power & Interest.
This competence element aims to enable the individual to use power and interest techniques to achieve stakeholder satisfaction and deliver the agreed outcomes within the constraints of time and budget.
Digital integration is the idea that data or information on any given electronic device can be read or manipulated by another device using a standard format.
An organisation will have a platform integrated into different business functions in an ideal scenario, enabling data exchanges and getting information near real-time. All the data are being harmonised, enabling data analytic to gain insights into the various aspects of the organisation. Such is an ideal scenario, and it takes years for an established company to journey through the entire transformation.
Due to various considerations and circumstances, an organisation typically acquire systems…