Employee Engagement and Experience

Develop an employee experience that keeps employees invested and loyal

Employees that consistently give additional discretionary effort to their tasks can propel performance forward. It all begins with the employee experience that will keep employees invested in their work and loyal to their organization. Learn how enabling and training your employees prepares them to take on new challenges, and recognize how to identify and address low engagement and employee burnout.

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Improving Global Front End Innovation

March 7, 2013 | Charlotte Hughes | HCI

“Never before in history has innovation offered promise of so much to so many in so short a time.” - Bill Gates
 
As the co-founder and current Chairman of Microsoft, Bill Gates is a proven authority on the topic of innovation. He acknowledges that over the years Microsoft has had huge hits and misses in product innovation.

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Starting from Scratch

February 28, 2013 | Aubrey Wiete | HCI

To this day, adorning the windowsill of my parent’s dining room is a triangular (okay, wannabe triangular) clay jar I created at the ripe age of 9 in grade school art class. Its shape, swirled blue/pink/purple color, and enormous hand-crafted clay flower on the lid is a potent reminder of my questionable taste at the time, while also acting as a witness to endurance. After all this time, it’s still standing strong.

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Picking Better Supervisors

February 21, 2013 | Wally Bock | HCI

Picking new supervisors is a crapshoot in most companies. It doesn't have to be that way. In many companies, selecting individual contributors to become supervisors is a crapshoot. It doesn't have to be that way. Start by understanding two basic facts.

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What It Takes to Become a High Performing Company - How People Strategies Can Drive a True Differentiation

February 19, 2013 | Dan Hart, Richard Widdowson

Engaged employees cannot be expected to take a personal interest in organizational objectives unless organizations make a reciprocal commitment to treating employees as more than factors of production. With organizations increasingly forced to do more with less, tapping in to the discretionary effort offered by engaged employees becomes all the more important for business success.

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Great Employees Are Not Replaceable

February 13, 2013 | Forbes

One of the most important lessons I learned during my years as a CEO was that great employees are not replaceable. It isn’t the technology or the product that make a company great, it’s the people. And companies who see their good ...

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Sub-optimizing our Talent Investments: Why Engagement is Not Enough

February 13, 2013 | William A. Schiemann, Ph.D. | HCI

Recent research from the Metrus Institute suggests that most organizations are not getting anywhere near maximum return on their human capital investments. How can this be? For many organizations, people are the most expensive asset—one that walks out the door every night.