A recent study showed a majority of CEOs worry about non-financial issues like employee commitment, customer satisfaction, and innovation. Linda Dunkel writes in Leadership Excellence about the dilemma of defining what's important.
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Michael Papanek and Barry Rosen examine the case against brainstorming. Is it time to ditch this group process tool? Or is its apparent failure simply a matter of application?
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Months ago, we predicted the strategy to take down traffic signs in various EU cities would be a success. Sure enough, reducing unneeded processes (and replacing them with relationship) is yielding nearly 50% fewer accidents in a corner of London where the plan was tried. This outcome holds a lesson that can help your business.
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What creates high levels of employee engagement? Elad Levinson shows that one factor is a strong belief in the organization's commitment to social responsibility.
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According to a new study, fully half of British employees give low marks to their managers’ decision making skills. What’s causing this, and what can be done about it?
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A new study shows that blended learning is more effective than face-to-face or e-learning alone. Get a free chapter of the study for a limited time.
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