How to Assemble an Allstar Team: The Process May Surprise You

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Attracting and retaining top talent consistently ranks among the top concerns for global CEOs.[1] To succeed in this increasingly competitive arena, organizations spend an incredible amount of time and energy ensuring they get the right people in the door. They attend particular networking events, post jobs in strategic places, and may source hundreds of resumes … Read more

2 Issues with Accountability You Didn’t Know Your Company Was Facing

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We expect leaders and employees to be accountable. But in today’s complex environment, companies face two challenges when establishing a culture of accountability. First, employees are held accountable for executing on plans that are no longer relevant. Second, in more complex organizational structures, employees don’t understand how their work connects to company objectives and who … Read more

Why You Need to Write Down Your To-Do List

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There are a thousand and one articles reminding us that productivity improves when we write down our tasks. Somehow, writing them and seeing them is a spur to action. Likewise, there are also innumerable business maxims that suggest the key to success is measuring inputs and outputs. Indeed, some business guru penned the adage, “what … Read more

Managing Knowledge Work (and Knowledge Workers)

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What’s the first thing that you do when you start work each morning? Do you open your email and scan through the newest deposits into your queue? Or hop onto Slack to check out the latest and greatest from your colleagues? Perhaps you read the newspaper and scan your physical mail from the day prior. … Read more

An Enterprise Perspective on the Productivity Challenge

If you aren’t a macro-economist, you could be forgiven for missing a recent trend in the U.S. economy: declining growth in productivity. That’s right: you as an American employee are producing barely a tiny bit more per unit of your input (i.e., an hour of your labor) than you did a decade ago — at least according … Read more

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