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In today's marketplace, where the customer experience is a major differentiator and competitive advantage, CMOs today find themselves at the intersection of the brand experience and their organization's culture.
Driving change begins with creating a change management strategy. The first step in creating a change management strategy is to look at the people. There are four different assessments that need to be done here.
“War is too important to be left to generals,” Georges Clemenceau, France’s former prime minister and one of its leaders during WWI once said. Similarly - many executives believe - talent management is too important to be left to HR.A recent study by KMPG regarding the implementation of evidence-based HR suggests that HR departments — or at least their reputation in the organization — might be the biggest obstacle to implementing a smarter analytics-based operations. “The skepticism [about the potential of evidence-based HR to make a real differ
Successful gamification requires an understanding of game-mechanics – the real-life behavioural rules for the decisions we make every day in deciding whether or not to participate in a given activity.
Your morning commute, the prioritization of your daily work tasks, your trip to the gym – they all have a goal, a reason for doing them, an incentive for completing them. If those elements are strong, you choose to participate, if those elements are weak, you don’t. In envisioning these processes as “games” you’re able to see many of the key “rules” that govern our decisions on whether or not to take part.
You can re-envision pretty much any given process requiring human engagement as a “game” of sorts; just because we choose (and it is a choice) not to envision the process as such, just because we choose not to design it as such; doesn’t make it any less of a “game” – it just makes it a bad game nobody wants to play.
Competition is probably the most well-known game mechanic to drive participation. For many, the kudos of providing an idea that gets commercialized is often enough to get most people at least interested in the process. For others, the community building aspects of Collaboration and Group Involvement are driving factors for participation.
In the opening keynote address for this year’s Fleet Safety Conference, Mike Watson, Shell’s global road safety manager, will provide a roadmap about how to create and sustain a successful corporate safety culture.
‘Charismatic leadership’ has received much attention from researchers over the past few decades, lending support to theories that it is capable of fostering higher levels of employee and team performance in organizations.
There’s an emerging theme I’m hearing about comparing companies to communities. I heard it at the Great Place to Work conference and again at the Association for Talent Development (ATD) International Conference and Expo.
Behavioral economists and psychologists have uncovered scores of biases that undermine good decision-making. And, along with management experts, they have provided helpful tips that decision-makers can use to try to correct for those biases.
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