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Seven Things Great Employers Do (that Others Don’t)

Seven Things Great Employers Do (that Others Don’t) | Organisation Development | Scoop.it

For most people, paid work is unsettling and energy-sapping. Despite employee engagement racing up the priority list of CEOs (see, for example, The Conference Board’s CEO Challenge 2014), HBR's research into workplaces all over the world reveals a sorry state of affairs: workers who are actively disengaged outnumber their engaged colleagues by an overwhelming factor of 2:1. The good news is that there are companies out there bucking the trend, and they have discovered how.


Over a five-year timeframe, HBR studied 32 exemplary companies (collectively employing 600,000 people) across seven industries including hospitality, banking, manufacturing, and hospitals. At these companies, the engaged workers outnumber the actively disengaged ones by a 9:1 ratio. To understand what drives that tremendous advantage, they looked for contrasts between them and a much larger set of companies they know to be struggling to turn around bland and uninspiring workplaces.


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Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor's curator insight, April 1, 2014 5:03 PM

A recipe for an engaged workforce.

Paulette Steele's curator insight, August 3, 2014 8:18 PM

Employee engagement is what it's about!

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How TriZetto's CEO Changed Its Culture By Changing Its Attitude - Forbes

How TriZetto's CEO Changed Its Culture By Changing Its Attitude - Forbes | Organisation Development | Scoop.it
A counter-cultural strategy will fail every time. It may look like your new strategy is gaining traction early on, but sooner or later culture will always win. This is why a new strategy may require a culture change.

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