February 22, 2012
In their book, Blue Ocean Strategy, W. Chan Kim and Rene
Mauborgne say that most companies exist in a red ocean of
competition but would succeed far more by creating blue oceans of
uncontested market space.
The same change can be made in our workplaces. Yes, obj...
March 25, 2011
Motivational tools and programs used to boost team performance are
unlikely to work unless members allow themselves to be persuaded by
those efforts. If they do not, even the best programs yield only
temporary results, which forces leaders to implement additional new
February 25, 2011
Terrence L. Gargiulo
I feel we have a tendency to confuse communication with learning.
Most of us spend the majority of our time in organizations
communicating in the explicit ways expected of us. We think if we
cant say it straight, or make a thought immediately digestible,
then we have fa...
January 25, 2011
Its early in the New Year, and many of us are filled with
optimistic thoughts and plans about what we can accomplish in 2011.
Likely, youve done some planning about the next steps to take in
your business or career. No matter how great our optimism or robust
our vision ...
July 28, 2010
Joyce L. Walden
Through a monetary conversion of benefits and costs, a
return-on-investment (ROI) forecast projected calculations of the
anticipated impact of coaching and mentoring to improve data entry
processes. The overarching problematic issues involve complex data
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