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One of the best HBR Blog articles I've read in awhile. Stepping back and looking at the arguments (or debates) you're having seems like a great guage of firm health & focus.
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Equality of opportunity is not a women's issue. It's everyone's issue.
This is an issue near & dear to me (as is the author of this article). I've written about this as well, and agree with the author that men as well as women need to "make this their problem."
Living in San Francisco, I’ve seen the number of coworking spaces--shared workspaces where members pay an annual fee for access to a desk/table, mailbox, and other office amenities--balloon in the last few years.
Most companies have no unified view of what their customers are saying, doing, or buying.
The examples he highlights as "bad behaviors" ring very true, because we deal with it daily, and get as exasperated as he does. Good advice offered here.
Entrepreneurs like Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh and venture capitalist Brad Feld have made the case that cultural fit trumps competence, but should you really turn away someone who is highly qualified if they are weak culturally?
The discussion in the comments section is just as, if not more, enlightening as the article itself. Good read.
Only 10-20% of employees are actively involved in social collaboration, according to a survey of U.S. and European executives by the DachisGroup.
In part 1 of this article (10 Bold and Outrageous HR and Talent Management Practices), I highlighted my top 10 recently implemented bold and outrageous practices in HR and talent management.
Trust, empathy, and mentoring constitute the foundations of leadership.
Marty was a leader, a guide, a mentor, and a friend. When I was young, he taught me quite a bit about leadership, probably without even realizing it. RIP my friend; you're missed already.
If you’re a business, brand or entrepreneur in (or considering) e-commerce, social or otherwise, and read just one thing this month, read this thread.
What’s the No. 1 most helpful (or most heard) relationship advice? I reckon it’s to remind people, “You can’t change the other person.” And this is wise advice, indeed.
Adam Grant managed to improve the productivity of a call centre by 400% in five short minutes. Others had taken months and failed. How did he do it?
Dan Hammond asks whether we can learn anything from the leadership of Rupert Murdoch.
Treating a $1.6 billion, 11,000-employee organization like it's your personal plaything isn't funny, and including a neo-hipster inside joke about Battletoads in your farewell missive doesn't make it all okay.
I actually really liked Mason's resignation letter; so I disagree with Les on that point - however, there's no arguing the rest of his points. Smart advice; I especially love Lesson #3. As soon as there are other people involved, it needs to be less about you and more about *all of you*.
It’s estimated that 3 million Americans are psychopathic--meaning they display callous or non-empathetic tendencies; that, perhaps one in 10 on Wall Street are; and it’s even suggested that a touch of psychopathy may be necessary to reach the...
Are you embedding learning & knowledge management into your organizations' daily life? Or, more importantly, are you ensuring that the lessons and behaviors you want to be ingrained are the ones actually being ingrained? Simple, concise advice here.
What is the impact of Social Media’s Culture of Entitlement? Will society continue to accept social media’s free services in exchange for reduced privacy and advertising? Will there be a tipping point?
Mixing social media and job duties can be a win-win—or not. How professionals who cultivate their own online identity may pose a challenge for their companies, bosses and co-workers.
A pipeline of women in senior executive positions indicates that the ranks of female CEOs in the U.S. will grow in coming years. [KEY LEARNING: If you want to have females primed to lead at the top levels, give them P&L experience & responsibilty early!]
Organizational culture is king, especially in today's world. Here are 6 tips for building a culture in which your employees can thrive.
Are you leveraging the power of diversity in your workforce? How can your company attract and retain the best employees?
Dr. Dana Ardi is a friend, former colleague, and an expert in the fields of talent management, organizational design, assessment, leadership, coaching, and recruiting.
Conjure up the term "bad boss" and what comes to mind? Scenes of red-faced people berating subordinates in public. Smarmy souls taking credit for other people's work or saying one thing and doing another.
the other day i went to get a coffee. i was itching for some coffee goodness and i didn’t care who could satisfy my desire: i was on a mission. that was until i walked into the nearest cafe. ...