I’m always intrigued when managers talk about ‘drawing their new organization’. Actually, it’s a pretty well-chosen figure of speach. In organizational design, just like in drawing, putting the lines on paper isn’t the most important thing. 258 more words
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Nowadays closing large and complex deals in B2B is getting harder and harder for sales staff. Large firms in order to guarantee the best deal in important purchases are creating robust procurement teams, hiring well-prepared professionals from specialized industries (e.g. 410 more words
Effective leaders provide a vision for their teams. It’s important to know where you are going, why, and the path that should be taken, no matter what challenges that are being faced, to get there.
Worker skill sets, expectations, wants, and needs have changed and vary across the different generations in the workforce. What are employers looking for in younger workers… 7 more words
In which Jill questions the orthodoxy that a pulse is better than nothing.
“To increase revenues through better customer knowledge.”
This is the vision statement for a business intelligence program I came across a few years back. 2,303 more words