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Ongoing feedback: why do we ignore something we want so badly?
While so many of us acknowledge how critical ongoing feedback is to engaging and developing top contributors, very few actually do something about it. What's up?
on September 15, 2010
motivation and incentives
training and developing people
Cons of a hierarchical organization
Why does decision making always have to be judgmental and uncertain? Can we have a better way to leverage employee brain power?
on June 25, 2010
Strategy. Decision Making
Dividing Leaderless Dirty Jobs? : Self-Organizing Teams Can Distribute Undesirable Tasks
Syndicate assignments are a component of the business school learning process, although these can present a challenge in terms of productivity.
on May 2, 2012
Competency and Knowledge Sharing/Borrowing/Lending Market Exchange
The aging population in the Nordics/Western part of the world and the possibility for early retirement will cause competency gaps and will lead to loss of knowledge in Enterprises.
on September 20, 2010
retooling of mindset
Egotistical Ignorant CEOs Who Kill Innovation and Creativity
This is my short version of title. these types of CEO are usually (unfortunately) successful enough to stay on for the short term, but everything about them defines failure.
on March 30, 2012
Systemic shutdown of skills: Why do organisations shut down systems thinking?
While so many of us acknowledge how critical it is to have systems thinking in order to maximise productivity in organisations why is it that systemic shut down of skills prevails?
on October 28, 2010