Pinta is delighted to announce that we are working with Tennis Ireland, the National Governing body responsible for promoting and managing Tennis in Ireland in building an exciting four-year Strategic Plan for Tennis in Ireland.
We are building a plan that will meet the needs of existing players at all levels in reaching their potential, and building the profile of tennis in Ireland so we can attract others to participate and enjoy the game. The plan will provide a roadmap that will help Clubs, Coaches, Provinces and Performance Players, whilst allowing Tennis Ireland to partner successfully with others supporting the game such as, but not limited to, the Dublin Lawn Tennis Council and the Parks Tennis Organisation.
Following on from the blog “Driving Fundamental change in Supply Chain Effectiveness” where I discussed the second of the six key segments in supply chain effectiveness, Vendor Selection & Engagement, I am now going to share my experience on the third of the six segments.
There are several versions of this story told in different cultures. The story is about a farmer who meets a genie, a fairy, or in the Irish version a leprechaun. In order to keep his crock of gold the leprechaun promises the farmer that he can keep all the land he can walk in a day, but with one proviso, that he has to be back to the point where he starts his walk by sundown. (more…)
Since Batman vs Superman is such a hot topic, what about the concept of Leaders vs Managers. Similar to Batman and Superman, aren’t Managers and Leaders one in the same? Don’t they really want the same things? Perhaps not!
Following on from the blog “Driving Fundamental change in Supply Chain Effectiveness” where I discussed the first of the six key segments in supply chain effectiveness, Product Design and Considerations, I am now going to share my experience on the second of the six segments.
At a time when role models are few and far between it is a valuable exercise to look back and take inspiration form genuine heroes from days gone by. (more…)
If you were to rank the pages on your website in order of importance, it is likely that the Home page will be at the top of your list. Its logical as it is likely to be the first page that visitors encounter, unless you have created a specific landing page as part of a marketing campaign.
“Companies spent the 20th Century Managing efficiencies they must spend the 21st century managing experiences” (C.K. Prahalad)
What do you think your customers think about you?
A Net Promoter Score Program (NPS) can help you answer that question.
Albert Einstein is credited with saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. We’d probably all agree with Albert, you’d be foolish not to, but do we sometimes fall into the trap of doing things again and again because, well, that’s the way we’ve always done them? (more…)
In order to achieve creative solutions one must see the world without preconceptions – “this is how we, and others, have always done things, therefore, it must be right”- this is a trap we get tangled up in every day of the week.