This article is about how and why companies should go much further than the occasional audit written on social responsibility.
Why don’t service companies invest in productivity tools – just like manufacturing companies? Peter Drucker estimated ten years ago that the service sector of today is where industry was in 1900. This post is about why and how you can start.
This is not about cooking. It’s about hiring. If something is difficult then you hire an expert, right? Not necessarily. You can often do with a lot less if you avoid making two common mistakes.
The enterprise social networking tool Yammer is now used by more than 5 Million employees in 200,000 companies. Hundreds of millions of online conversations have taken place inside these companies. The question is if these conversations increase productivity?
Back in 1997, Arie de Geus wrote “The Living Company”. In its foreword, Peter Senge makes a distinction of viewing a company as a machine for making money or a living being. How you view your company reveals a lot about your core management and organisation.
This post is about how the effect of social media and communities of practice can be used as an effective continuous improvement tool for your organisation. Learn how to support a community of practice for your program.
Most training courses and seminars do add something positive to the lives of the people that attend them. Even if the benefit is only meeting some new people, spending a few days away and inspiration or renewed interest in your professional field.