Tag Archives: Finance outsourcing

KL Property market gains stronger momentum after general election

Written by Bernama Thursday, 18 July 2013 12:32 SINGAPORE, (July 18): The Malaysian property market has gained stronger momentum after the May general election, which saw a turn-around in the investment market in the second quarter of the year, says DTZ Research. In a research note titled, “Property Times Kuala Lumpur Q2 2013 – Greater [&hellip

Where is the source of the greatness of the business?

My clients and friends often ask me about what makes a business great. Where is the source of the greatness of the business? Watch the following video to find out the source of every business at CLICK HERE (Simon Sinek: How great leaders inspire action)   Source: http://www.ted.com Posted by: www.in-tune.biz In Tune specialises in [&hellip

Six key components of analytics-based performance management

By Gary Cokins May 23, 2013  As companies face a thinning margin for decision error, the ability to use business analytics effectively—everything from correlation, segmentation, clustering, regression analysis, as well as forecasting and predicting outcomes—is becoming mission-critical. There is now a strong need to gain insights, foresight, and inferences from the treasure chest of raw [&hellip

How to hold on to graduate talent

5 June, 2013 in Advice & Guides by Nic Scott. Permalink. With this year’s Milkround completed, many employers will be looking forward to welcoming the latest wave of new talent – yet there are few things more annoying than having the milk pinched from your doorstep when you are in need of a brew. The [&hellip

10 Ways To Beat Anxiety!

Are you feeling anxious or stressed? Although anxiety is considered a normal reaction to stress, it can develop into a disorder when it becomes excessive, creating feelings of fear, worry, panic attacks, uneasiness and dread. Sound familiar? Don´t worry, I have great news! There are so many ways to increase your happiness and well-being with [&hellip

Having to manage your own IT issues when you work from home can be hard.

Here are some tips for tackling the technological issues that running a small business can pose when you don’t have access to an IT departmentJonathan Jordan:  Tuesday 28 May 2013 09.15 BST Many successful businesses have been started on kitchen tables, and in today’s connected society a decent smartphone is probably the only piece of [&hellip

Top 10 wacky ideas for the workplace!

Saturday May 25, 2013 1.       Build creative ways of getting around the office There are many alternatives to walking and using the stairs and lifts. Think of creative ways to travel from one floor to another, like a long slide or even a fireman’s pole to go one floor down. It would be a fun way [&hellip

Economists see softer Q1 GDP growth in M’sia

Tuesday May 14, 2013 By EUGENE MAHALINGAM eugenicz@thestar.com.my Private consumption and investment will continue to support growth PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s economy may have softened in the first quarter this year on weaker exports due by poorer external demand, while private consumption and investment will continue to support growth. Economists expect the country’s gross domestic product [&hellip

Demystifying the journey to best employer

Saturday May 11, 2013 By ANIMESH MUKHERJEE mystarjob@leaderonomics.com In my last few years of consulting in South-East Asia, I have increasingly found one question emerging in conversations with CEOs and human resource leaders across the region – “How do we become a best employer?” It is a complex question for organisations to answer as the [&hellip

Moody’s: Malaysia’s economy grew 5.7% in Q1

Published: Tuesday May 14, 2013 MYT 11:07:00 AM KUALA LUMPUR: Moody’s Analytics forecasts Malaysia’s economy grew at a slower pace of 5.7% in the first quarter ended March 31, 2013 versus the average survey of 5.5% due to weaker exports growth but it sees the domestic economy remaining strong.It said on Tuesday Malaysia’s growth pace [&hellip