Gary Ng

Monthly Archives: August 2012

Being Flat Can Save You From Flatlining


The world’s leading expert on business strategy, Gary Hamel, has talked about how important it is for businesses to be reinventing the bureaucratic structures and procedures of management in their organisation. Traditional management principles have worked well for companies that value production efficiency but not so well for those that focus on constant innovation and employee engagement. The following is an except about how E-Web Marketing radically changed their company structure, the full article can be found here. Read More »

What are your company’s core value?

Each company have their unique set of rules and values they follow, subsequently this defines what their company culture is. Some company culture are very internally focus, driven by innovations, profits and individual achievements. Whilst another company’s culture could be very customer focus, driven by harmony and not as much profit focused.

Many entrepreneurs I talk to who have expressed the challenge they have experienced with their people and  work cultures. Most of which have yet to defined what their core values are and integrated it as part of their company’s DNA. Read More »

How Work Can Be Cool


Recently, E-Web Marketing made the front cover of The North Shore Times newspaper for being a “worker’s paradise” and Australia’s fourth best workplace for 2012. During our day-to-day, each E-Webber is able to enjoy fun perks such as the mini trampolines, gaming consoles, table tennis table, foosball tables, pool tables and popcorn machine. However, what makes E-Web a truly one of the best places to work in Australia  is our shared values and strong company culture. Read More »

Do you have Superstars on your team?

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To accomplish your big business goals, you must realise that it will have to be done with and through people. The next pivotal step is then determining what kind of people you need to select for your company. One of the biggest mistakes that business owners make is hiring individuals that are similar to themselves as opposed to hiring those with the skills and qualities that complement your own. Read More »