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Do your employees know what's expected of them?

If your employees don’t know what’s expected of them and what their role are, then how do you expect them to know what you want them to do?   570 more words

Human Resources

Why are Some Teams Productive?

Many of us have worked on cross-functional teams. The challenge is  how do organizations put together teams that are productive, efficient, and enable learning for the individuals, the team, and the organization? 788 more words

Teamwork

“Should do” vs. “Want to do”: Why Both Are Needed to Sustain Change

Change is a natural part of life.  In fact, many believe that change has become the new status quo.

But changing is rarely easy for the people who have to modify – sometimes radically – the way that they do things, their self-image, or even their goals. 1,142 more words

Working

Your “PEOPLE” layer

A while back I was interviewed for a new launch of the Gorilla theory: A project created by a very special guy who has an amazingly positive and constructive outlook on Project Management -“ 720 more words

Communication

Future Proofing Critical Analysis and Reflection

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Introduction

There is no doubt that the role of the teacher librarian (TL) has vastly changed over the last decade with the introduction of computers and easy access to the Internet into the majority of schools (Herring, 2007; Kuhlthau, 2010). 1,503 more words

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Why Change is Never Easy

Over a month ago I’ve started going through a Change Management course and discovered how it can be applied in one’s life and in any organization implementing a drastic change to drive results. 324 more words

Blog

Understanding People Related Barriers to Change: the key to success

Writing a workshop related to change this week brings to the front of my mind how challenging implementing with a team often even the simplest of changes can be and that the barriers to change can be complex and hidden. 569 more words

Leadership