Discover the great work that can be done in talent acquisition once strategic HR pulls up a chair to the proverbial table.
Intention is defined as a determination to act in a certain way. While many organizations have values that create intention, oftentimes the values are not being tied to desired leader and employee actions. In other words, there is a need to define how your employees behave in everyday situations to demonstrate the organization’s most critical values. It sounds so simple, yet it is often overlooked.
In 1999, John Doerr introduced Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) to Google when it had 50 employees. Google has
continued to use OKRs while scaling to more than 50,000 employees worldwide.
An estimated 75% of voluntary employee turnover is influenced by managers’ behavior. Translation? Employees aren‘t quitting their jobs—they’re quitting their bosses. That’s bad news for ...Read more
Many relatively new SaaS business application vendors are looking to capitalize on the success and market disruption of leading SaaS players like NetSuite, Salesforce, and Workday. In this report, we identify six of them ...Read more
Learn strategies leaders can employ to create a positive culture and generate exceptional performance in themselves, their teams, and the whole organization.
There is power in linking individual employee goals to company-wide strategic priorities. As this research illustrates, aligning employees with company strategy has a direct impact on an organization’s operational and business ...Read more
Discover how to increase your HR function’s strategic impact with the help of case studies and best practices from HR leaders who’ve mobilized their functions to create change and drive organizational performance.
No matter the industry or company, employees can expect to participate in company-wide surveys several times during their careers. It’s become one of the annual, de-facto rituals in HR. And soliciting employee feedback via ...Read more
Has the C-suite sent you a directive to improve employee engagement? Great. Now what? It’s safe to say that if you practice the standard employee engagement tactics, you’re going to fail. Sending out a leadership-curated survey on engagement once a year just doesn’t cut it anymore.