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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes A succession planning strategy is more than just identifying a successor. Deciding which roles within an organisation to have a succession plan in place is crucial. Many organisations are realising it should not just be the top-level positions that are succession planned. How to create a succession planning strategy, and…

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Estimated reading time: 5 minutes   As project managers advance in their careers, getting certified in the field adds more credibility to their title and experience. Project management certifications are in demand and in the competitive and complex market, project management certifications hold a vital role in ensuring you stand out from the competition and…

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Knowing what sort of leadership style that you are more inclined to, allow you to be aware of your strengths and weaknesses in the workplace.   Here is an infographic describing the various leadership style.   Image taken from: http://www.humanresourcesonline.net/infographic-type-leader/   Opus Kinetic believes that people are why organisations are successful, and giving people the…

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  Having engaged staff is one of the main driving factor of success in an organisation. They will also be more loyal as compared to their counterparts who are not as engaged. A large part of being engaged is linked to the feelings of realising their full potential in their respective role in the organistion.…

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A study reported that 70% of American workers are either uninspired or are disengaged at work, costing businesses more than $450 million in the year 2013. The reason behind this can be that employees do not feel supported, over-scrutinised or that they do not have job security. Employees who work in a high-stress state are…

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All businesses are made up of three basic economic resources – land, labour, capital. Land is the physical resource that is used to produce the goods or services,; labour refers to the manpower required to transform resources into consumer products; capital refers to the money that can be used to purchase land and labour. From…

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talent shortage

In the second quarter of 2015 Singapore saw a decrease in the number of job vacancies and an increase in unemployment rate. Statistics have shown that unemployment rate is still increasing. “With increasing volatility in the global economy, including China’s economic slowdown, it is not surprising that employers may be more cautious in their hiring…

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The oil and gas sector faces a global shortage of experienced technical personnel. If companies in the sector do not develop leaders to create the right working environments will find it harder to retain and motivate talent. “Hay Group research shows leaders who engage the right styles of leadership will energise and motivate their teams,…

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The oil, gas, power and utilities industries are undergoing major transformation. The fluctuations of commodity prices, changing business models, technological advancements, and many more, are the uncertainties that are affecting the sector. In light of all the uncertainties, it is important that organisations have the right leadership talent to lead them to organisation success and…

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