Why is employee engagement critical to an organization? Many think "getting more employees involved" is the end game. That's true, but for what purpose? To make every person feel like they are making a contribution?
A perfect cross into the penalty area. A perfect product launch. A perfect presentation. No glitches. No deviation from the intended purpose. How often does that happen? Rarely if ever do we actually achieve precisely
The intent may be to create a highly innovative culture; employing new technologies to deliver unmatched capabilities and leading the market with cutting edge solutions. At the end of the day, however, it's ACTION not
Culture is the means to a strategic end - wrong culture, failed goals. What organizational culture expresses the strategic imperative to grow beyond "realistic" levels; to outperform others by orders of magnitude? Consistently beating your
Why would an organization be outrageous enough to want to create a "bully culture"? We all know the implications of bullying - intimidation, abuse, harassment and Intimidation. People who are bullied suffer horrendously at the
“The best” describes a culture of individuals who conform to rules and expectations more closely than others. They spell more accurately; answer history questions more correctly and score the highest mark on linear algebra exams.
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. These key recruitment actions will help
Execution is THE most critical determinant of an organization’s success. Few organizations, however, do it well, so it represents arguably the best opportunity to stand-out from others in a crowded marketplace of mediocre players. Let’s
Most startups don't have customer service as a priority when they launch. Creating buzz in the market around their idea, searching for investors and filing any required patents occupy most of the founders' time at