During the past year, much has been written about the pros and cons of email as the primary means of communicating with employees. On the one hand, email is an easy to use, ready to access communication tool that enables one-to-one, one-to-few and one-to-many communication. Unfortunately, the ease of using this tool has led to communication clutter that degrades its overall effectiveness.
In fact, the average businessperson can expect to receive approximately 121 emails a day according to The Radicati Group, Inc., a technology market research group. What’s more, a survey conducted by McKinsey Global Institute found that office workers spend an average of 28 percent of their [...]
There is always an ongoing debate between what comes first in order to create success in any organization. is it the strategy or the talent that creates and executes said strategy?
The question is do you create great strategies then find a talent that you need in order to apply those strategies or do you find the right people and have them create the right strategies to lead the organization. I remember times where I’ve had vigorous discussions with my business professors and my colleagues on that subject, sometimes resulting in simply agreeing to disagree.
As far as talent practitioners and researchers are concerned, the argument comes down to the chicken or the [...]