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Changing of the Guard: Fewer “Workaholics”

With Baby Boomers moving out of the workforce, and Generation Xers and Millennials moving in, there may be a shift in culture, in which workaholic bosses are no longer accepted as “just the way things are.”

The Value of Self-Confident Employees

The goal of increasing internal promotions—which also helps with succession planning—won’t work if employees don’t have the confidence to push themselves forward when new positions open.

Is Open-Book Management Right for Your Company?

The practice involves “opening” an organization’s financial performance results to employees, so they understand long-range goals and what the company is up against.

What Does Meaningful Work Mean?

Your employees are more than the narrow niches that represent the focus of their work. Encouraging them to bring more of themselves to work every day can result in greater power beyond what they are able to deliver to your customers.

Can Augmented Reality Workspaces Improve Jobs?

With so much capacity to enhance collaboration, should augmented reality technology also be used to sooth the psyches of introverts, who get reenergized by spending time alone?

Dog Days of Work?

I’ve been lobbying for dogs in the workplace for years. How seriously can you take your ruined project when a dog down the cubicle aisle is chasing his own tail? Dogs remind us that we, too, often are chasing our tails, and not to take ourselves too seriously either.

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