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7 Questions to Ask When Planning for HR Digital Transformation

Posted by on Jul 31, 2016 in Featured, Innovation | Comments Off on 7 Questions to Ask When Planning for HR Digital Transformation

In this digital era, technology impacts us all. While some companies are early adopters others are slower about adopting new technologies....

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Seven Lessons From the Shark Tank

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Innovation, Planning, Small Business | 2 comments

Have you ever had to pitch an idea or strategy to the C-Suite just to see it get shot down? Perhaps it was an employee engagement...

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Prospective Job Candidate Self Identifies as a Robot

Posted by on Jun 30, 2016 in Featured, Innovation, Productivity | Comments Off on Prospective Job Candidate Self Identifies as a Robot

A potential marketing job candidate looking for work in the technology space, advertises he can “program and download any skills needed”...

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How to Create an Innovative Culture in a Traditional Workplace?

Posted by on May 31, 2016 in Innovation | Comments Off on How to Create an Innovative Culture in a Traditional Workplace?

The traditional practice of hiring individuals with super-exclusive CVs and fancy GPAs showing a myriad of extracurricular activities has...

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Ways Your Company is Killing your Employees’ Creativity (and How to Fix it)

Posted by on May 15, 2016 in Innovation | Comments Off on Ways Your Company is Killing your Employees’ Creativity (and How to Fix it)

Creativity is essential for companies to mark their uniqueness on the market. With competition higher than ever, it's in your interest to...

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A Powerful Way HR Can Reclaim Millions for Your Company

Posted by on May 3, 2016 in Career Management, Competitive, Customer, Innovation, Planning, Productivity, Profitability, Quality, Turnaround, Value | 1 comment

Over the last 15 years, through good economies (remember the New Economy?) and bad, I’ve been heartened to see that companies haven’t...

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