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Chris Argyris: Organisational Learning

In last week’s Pocketblog, we met a thinker, Roselinde Torres, who compels leaders to ask difficult questions of themselves. Chris Argyris was another thinker – an academic this time – who demands we ask difficult questions. 456 more words

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HR Is Going Mobile

In the Internet age, management is constantly being faced with new technologies to ameliorate the HR process. From corporate training programs to performance evaluations, online tools have surfaced to provide a variety of functions for HR professionals. 390 more words

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How To Lead For Retention, Innovation, And Cooperation

Being a manager is about more than making hiring decisions and disseminating policy. Driving performance in employees is a multifaceted challenge that requires a variety of worker-facing attitudes and values to create a corporate culture that is productive, unified, and happy. 567 more words

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Summary: Workshop on Organizational Change and Learning

On June-12th, we had the second SEEC workshop, again with a very good mixture of industry and academic participants. The topic was Organizational Change and Learning… 472 more words

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Kent Niesel

Kent Niesel, Volvo Car Corporation, Technical leader, Software Engineering and Management,
Working at VCC Electrical and Electronics unit with software supplier sourcing, SW development process/methods/tools, SW quality assurance and SW production part approval areas. 207 more words

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Richard Torkar

Richard Torkar works as an associate professor at Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg. He has also recently founded two companies, one of them focusing on technology transfer.

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New Research Report Finds that Language Training Improves Job Performance

Today, Rosetta Stone announced the results of a new survey of a cross-section of the company’s 12,000 global enterprise customers. The Rosetta Stone Business Employee Use Insights Survey–released during this week’s Society of Human Resource Management 2014 Annual Conference & Exposition in Orlando, Florida–finds that both employees and companies benefit enormously from language training programs in the workplace. 433 more words

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