"It is hard to underestimate the value to an enterprise of a great employee experience, and how people get treated at work weighs heavily on that experience." I like to define a great team as one that not only meets or exceeds all expectations, but also one that, when the work is accomplished, wants to do it again. Imagine, if you must, being part of a team that enjoys mutual trust and respect, is fun to work with, helps you grow while supporting you in doing and being your b
"A healthy workplace requires us to continually clean up our thinking, and that requires having the right measures in place, effective hiring and people development practices, and a healthy dose of introspection". We live in a world of imperfect information, compounded by poor communication, misunderstanding and error. There is a lot we don't know; but, arguably worse, a lot we believe we know that is not so. Nevertheless, we make decisions from moment to moment, as we must.
"The understanding is now spreading that enterprise applications of VR are no longer the stuff of dreams. Training is just one such ideal application, and people skills training using VR may just be the killer app." A VR blogger--who goes by the interesting name of "Skarredghost"--recently noticed that VR has fallen off the Gartner Hype Cycle. As that Gartner chart is arguably the best known tracker of early stage technology maturity, Skarredghost wondered what it meant. So h
"Three dimensions of change will soon propel your industry and your business forward, or leave it languishing—depending on how you choose to embrace them." We live in an era of constant change—and, yes, even that is changing! Because change is not a constant, it is a function of many variables. And when these variables include connected people, they interact in non-deterministic ways. Which is why change at times looks like a slow, ebbing tidal force, while at others it come