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By Michael Custers, Vice President, Alliances and Strategic Marketing, NorthgateArinso
By Pam Hager, Vice President, Instructional Consulting, Psychological Associates Dan never felt more on top of his game. His latest project was delivered ahead of schedule, and early client feedback indicated big revenue numbers for the coming year. So when his boss e-mailed him to meet the following week, he was expecting kudos for his success.
By Rick DeMarco, Managing Director, West Coast, Inward Strategic Consulting
By Stacey Harris, VP, Research and Advisory Services,and David Grebow, Principal Learning Analyst, Brandon Hall Group We are experiencing a revolution—a data revolution. Since the dawn of the computer era, our businesses, organizations, and personal lives increasingly have been directed by data. This data revolution is a result of several forces colliding in today’s business environment:
By Aimee Lucas, Customer Experience Analyst, Temkin Group Engaged employees are valuable assets to any organization. Temkin Group’s 2013 Employee Engagement Benchmark Study found engaged employees are more committed, try harder, and want to make things better at the companies they work for. They trigger a virtuous cycle of great customer experiences resulting in more loyal customers and strong financial results.
By Jeff Klein, Trustee and Executive Team Member, Conscious Capitalism, Inc. “The shift in management paradigm (represented by Conscious Capitalism) is as transformational as the shift from the medieval view that the sun revolves around the Earth to the view that Earth and the other planets revolve around the sun. It is a fundamental transition in world-view. Once you make this shift, everything is different.”—Steve Denning, Forbes.com
By Anne Dranitsaris, Ph.D., and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard. There’s a difference between interest and commitment. When you’re interested in doing something, you do it only when circumstances permit. When you’re committed to something, you accept no excuses, only results.—Art Turock
By Brian Klapper Imagine for a moment an organization where people are highly productive, efficient, and creative…where they are empowered to share bold ideas, solve problems, and explore new opportunities…where they actively contribute in decision-making and feel like owners in the organization’s mission. Sound like a fantasy? Perhaps. But it’s not out of reach.
By Jack Groppel, Ph.D., Vice President, Applied Science and Performance Training, Wellness & Prevention, Inc., and Co-Founder, Human Performance Institute From an intellectual perspective, few people challenge the notion that the healthier one is, the better that person will perform. Putting this belief into practice, however, remains a challenge in today’s corporate world, where the business case to improve human performance hasn’t quite developed yet.