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Imagine what would happen if every person was connected to shared purpose at work. Connected to a meaningful job that mattered to them and society at large. Imagine how much more engaged, productive and satisfied they’d be. Think of what we could collectively...
Get ready for big digital transformation 3.2 billion people are now online, and they are already spending more time there than watching TV. They are making and watching videos about products they like – and tweeting vigorously about customer service that...
According to Gregory Lewis, the head of Talent Acquisition at LinkedIn, Brendan Browne, confirms that using data and talent analytics has changed the way his department is perceived by the business. Will Gaker from LinkedIn’s talent analytics team and RJ...
Despite high aspirations, few companies are ready to build and run truly global organizations and operations, according to the Global Readiness Survey, conducted jointly by BCG and IMD business school. The Execution Gap Few companies have execution capabilities sufficiently strong to...
Cassandra Brown, stresses that a strong company culture can be the most powerful tool to attract, engage, and retain talent and recruiters should take advantage of that. According to Cassandra Brown, for years most companies have been placing a big...
Why It Pays to Have a Plan According the PwC authors, Ken Favaro, Per-Ola Karlsson, and Gary L. Neilson, poor planning for changes in leadership costs companies dearly. Unexpected successions can paralyze even the best-functioning companies, they can wreak a harsh...
Customer in the Center Identify what’s most important to your customers. Seth Godin is right: You want to focus your energy on pleasing your truly rewarding customers. If it’s not clear exactly who they are, make sure you’re spending enough time on...
Why are so many companies wasting time and money on strategies that never come to life? Ironically, it sounds like they're doing all the right things. But this conventional wisdom is a trap: It creates a huge gap between your destination...
When the benefits and values are not perceived by the customer and the attributes are standardized, goods and services become commoditized. According to Professor Michel, “Commoditization is a bad word. It is procurement’s weapon to make you lower your prices. And...
  Boundaries between industries are eroding. The relationships among suppliers, producers, and consumers are also blurring,  more rapidly than many business decision makers are prepared for. Dr Chander Velu, head of the IfM’s Business Model Innovation research programme, contests why having digested...
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