Large organisations are in danger of responding to new world changes and pace with old world traditional thinking, models and answers. This won’t work.
In an era where HR is frantically struggling for a seat on the bandwagon of data-savvy, data-driven business functions. An era where HR is yet to come to terms with the data value chain; where data culture is practically non-existent; data visualization remains a dark art; and BI stands for Brain Injury ... Is HR ready for Big Data?!
WHERE DO WE BEGIN?
In today’s competitive work environment, the one thing that makes you stand out as a company is your people. When Dale Carnegie Training conducted a study of 1,500 employees, they discovered engaged employees significantly outperform. But how do you effectively engage your employees? Get creative!
We don't say breakthroughs in science are disruptions to the diagnosis and treatment of terminal illnesses, so why call revolutions in the operation, products and services of organisations and their industries, disruptions?
Delivering a customer-centric operating model and building a culture of continuous improvement are key aims in today’s fast-evolving business world. Are your team ready to compete? PEX Europe investigates!
The PEX Europe editorial team spoke to TFL’s Head of Business Change, Project Management to find out how he has led his team to a culture of continuous improvement to effectively serve 31 million passenger journeys per day.
As someone who helped to produce and parent the Millennial generation I probably shouldn’t be surprised by their list of clear-cut “wants” from their careers, and yet I can’t help sometimes feeling that the list is a bit excessive. We were never so finicky!
Let’s remind ourselves what we know about this generation that by 2020 will represent 40% of the working population:
On Tuesday 21 November 2017, Robert Gabriel Mugabe officially resigned as the President of the Republic of Zimbabwe. After 37 years in power, the man who became his country’s first democratically elected leader in 1980, stepped down in the wake of a military takeover that has sent shockwaves around the world.