The secret sauce behind happy customers is to have happy team members. You cannot create happiness on the outside if your organization is not happy on the inside.
The biggest cause of such fires is non-delegation of tasks to responsible people with clearly defined accountability. When you delegate, you have to allow time for people to step up and demonstrate their abilities.
Leading HR organizations are the ones which have already delved into the technologies by hiring the skilled employees and paving the way for a better integration of digital and human labor.
Driving successful cultural transformation in an organization requires the vision and guidance of its leaders.
Knowing how to formally think about risk in an organised manner is the key to anticipating business issues across all functions in MSME businesses.
The days of managing HR offline are over - from leave & attendance to employee engagement, there is a rapid adoption of technology by CHROs everywhere across all aspects of human resource management.
Executive courage is not an issue - in fact, strong comfort with taking charge is seen to play a key role in early success of these leaders.
When assigning tasks, consider each person’s skills, interests and availability. Try to fit jobs that align with people’s skills - the better the fit, the higher the chances of success.
How equipped we are in designing a new system in accordance with the rapidly changing requirements is dependent upon the people we hire, which in turn, will decide the future of the organization.
You may be driven towards a re-org because of many reasons. This can be industry changes, client expansion, financial challenges or technology trends.
When the company is actively involved, it is important to take action at the right time, and to know whether it ready for growth.
In 2017, Gallup's State of the Global Workplace report revealed that about 85% of employees worldwide, are not engaged or actively disengaged in their jobs.
Why enterprises need to reset the innovation button when the technology of tomorrow is here today.
Charan says companies need to rethink their talent management, evolving role of HR, and why leaders need to upgrade their skills.
The ability to 'generate, catch and implement ideas' for tangible gain is the hallmark of an innovative organization.
Developing an entrepreneurial culture within the organization is not a fad and should not be limitied to only big companies. For smaller companies, getting talented employees to execute new ideas can be pivotal.
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