The seven Human Capital Trends for 2013 provide a solid checklist for getting started with the crucial conversations important to helping your organization actively engage with one another:
Thinking like an economistThe open talent economyInnovating the talent brandCreating an elastic workplaceFinding the silver lining in the talent gapDebunking the Superman MythThe performance management puzzle
Simon Sinek: If You Don't Understand People, You Don't Understand Business. We're not good at everything, we're not good by ourselves," says Simon Sinek at the 99% Conference. Our ability to build trust and relationships is the key ...
News Flash - innovation, growth and development cannot occur by pretending we live in a world that has long since passed us by. Leading in the 21st Century affords no safe haven for 20th Century thinkers.
By By Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Hilliard Research shows that most development programs fail to deliver expected returns. Here, experts offer tips to master the real drivers of behavior for sustainable change.
Building on Africa's expanding broadband network, Librii wants to develop a low-cost system of libraries for the 21st century, designed to increase access to information in the Third World while generating enough revenue to sustain itself.
Organizations big and small have begun to explore the practice of collaborative innovation as a way to increase engagement and to foment a culture of innovation.
People who practice collaborative innovation speak in terms of “fomenting a culture of innovation.” They set their sights higher. They move from the practicalities of soliciting a couple ideas by way of identifying the low-hanging fruit of incremental change to a more visionary interest in pursuing the practice as a way to transform the organization. They begin to see low-hanging fruit as an expression of intellectual and soulful laziness: do not make me reach too far for that which sustains me.
Transformation as the larger, abiding end game tends to come as a way to prepare the organization and themselves to thrive in the relentless, shifting currents of the Digital Age which sculpt all shores.
It’s not easy being a manager these days.:Why would anyone follow me? It takes courage to step up to lead. But no one will follow if you’re not leading for the right reasons. Talent seeks out other talent. And talented employees want leaders who can open their worlds and make them better. So what kinds of leaders draw and develop the best talent? Generally, they possess many of the qualities explored in the post.
Het is allereerst cruciaal om te stellen dat maatschappelijk meedogend ondernemen altijd begint met mededogen. Mededogen is de bron en basis van alles. We moeten ons altijd – en dus ook tijdens ons werk – verbonden weten met alle andere levende wezens en ons best doen voor elkaar. Het enige échte (eind)doel van de maatschappelijk meedogende onderneming is dan ook het bijdragen aan het oplossen van maatschappelijk lijden. Het bedrijf is slechts een middel om als mens maatschappelijk maximaal van betekenis te zijn. Het maatschappelijk meedogende ondernemen begint daarom altijd met het inventariseren van de Issue – het maatschappelijke lijden – waaraan het bedrijf een bijdrage wil leveren
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