It starts with the recruitment process. Hire the right person and they are more likely to stay. Hire the wrong one and they will likely leave at some point. Roy Osing in his article: 'How To Have Employees That Never Leave,' suggests to...
Fifty years ago, people could only imagine the possibility of talking to their computers. Fast forward to today, and we have now gone from imagination to the technology of cognitive computing now existing. In his talk, Neil Sahota discusses the power...
What Self-Made Billionaires Do Best They don’t just generate results. They produce breakthroughs.   The rapid pace of change today seems to favor people who become self-made billionaires. What do they do that is different? What do they know that others do not? How...
Technology has changed the way knowledge work gets done. But have you changed your work habits enough to get the most from information technology? MIT Sloan Professor Erik Brynjolfsson   …Technological innovations have revolutionized the workplace, bringing the competitive power of emerging economies’ fast-growth...
• What does the new science tell us about the mind of a leader? • Why is emotional capital the new currency in the new world of work? • Which 10 emotional and social skills separate great leaders from the average? •...
Four powerful forces are driving change for both HR functions and the organizations they serve.
  There is no question that flexibility has emerged as a matter of utmost importance to many workers—both women and men. In a recent Deloitte survey, professionals were asked what organizations could do to meet their career needs. It revealed significant...
Organizations face a radically shifting context for the workforce, the workplace, and the world of work.
People value being valued—and not only, or even primarily, in monetary terms. Companies are learning to reward and recognize employee achievement in more meaningful ways. While every employee would like to earn more money, Deloitte research has shown that a more...
Michael D. Watkins, Professor at IMD contests that while there is universal agreement that the concept of a company’s “culture” it exists, and that it plays a crucial role in shaping behavior in organizations, there is little consensus on what organizational...
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