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Multitasking Makes Managers Less Thoughtful 

October 10, 2013 | Gretchen Gavett | HBR

You’re sitting at a meeting checking your e-mail on your iPad or your texts on your phone. Or, if you’re like the average college student, your attention is divided at least three ways, among the lecturer, your laptop, and your text ...

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If You Want Innovation, You Have to Invest in People

October 8, 2013 | Mehran Mehregany | HBR

As the convergence of digital technologies drives unprecedented levels of change in global marketplaces, it is very much a reality that a company must, as Bill Gates put it, “innovate or die!” In the race for relevance to future ...

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6 HR Functions That Drive Results in Manufacturing

September 13, 2013 | theoverturegroup.com

Many small to mid-size manufacturing companies have become increasingly aware of how an effective human resource leader can contribute to the success of the business’s bottom line. The following points discuss how an effective HR leader and ...

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How to Motivate with Bonuses

August 1, 2013 | Inc. Magazine

Bonuses are probably the most misused tool in the management toolbox. Done correctly, bonuses can drive a team to excel; done poorly, they can actually make employees discouraged and dissatisfied.

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Better Interviewing = Better Hires: Brookdale's Strategy for Success

August 6, 2013 | Lynn Hutson, Jamie Winter

Interviewing is the most common element in hiring, but organizations – large and small – employ widely different approaches as they strive to hire the best people. The organizations that do interviewing well see improvements in culture, day-to-day practices, and even their bottom line.

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There and Back Again: An Employee Development Tale

April 17, 2013 | Fabio Malagisi | HCI

As leaders, we often see our employees go through various stages of motivation, contribution and engagement. Often, we get concerned when we see changes in how our employees seem to be responding to their work. We over think it, read into every action or reaction and then try to solve it by randomly calling a “one on one” meeting.

 

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Performance support “hearts” training and vice versa

January 29, 2013 | Allison Rossett

In September I attended the eLearning Guild’s new conference, Performance Support Symposium. Ontuitive’s Bob Mosher kicked it off with a mighty bang, offering the jaw-dropping suggestion that we cast off training in favor of ...

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Selecting Top Talent at Procter & Gamble

Can you imagine getting over a million applications a year? Could you trust that your selection system wouldn’t rule out someone really good? With incredibly high volume and limited open positions, P&G relies on a very efficient selection process to quickly identify top candidates and make sure their recruiters and hiring managers’ valuable time is only spent on the most promising contenders.

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