The CEO of FlexJobs weighs in.
The ‘human’ is mostly gone from ‘Human Resources.’
American business is losing its war on engagement. As a quick reminder on why we took up arms in the first place, it was June 2013 when Gallup first released its State of The American Workplace study that revealed only 30 percent of the nation’s workers were fully engaged in their jobs. Since then, companies have gone on […]
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I recently began publishing videos to my YouTube Channel, Invisible World. The premise is this: some of the most important things in our lives are invisible. Consider the air we breathe, our minds, our futures, and the very idea of trust — to name a few. Decoding the unseen is an art, a skill and […]
What did the implosion of the subprime market, the Madoff Ponzi scheme, and the TARP bailout of the banks all have in common? ANSWER: No one asked the “dumb questions” that might have prevented disaster or — in the case of some banks — a refusal to reveal just where the money had gone. Think […]
It is a great pleasure to start the new year with this column, and a great honor to join the team of bloggers and distinguished speakers at OPEN for Business. I will have the chance to share the views of some others, and the privilege to share my ideas with new audiences. And, despite my Francophile […]
Start here, on the supposed themes around management since the Industrial Revolution: “If organizations existed in the execution era to create scale and in the expertise era to provide advanced services, today many are looking to organizations to create complete and meaningful experience. We would believe that leadership has entered a new era of empathy,” said […]
I’m broadly a fan of the idea of holacracy — essentially, running a company without true management titles in a way that’s supposed to foster healthier approaches to conflict and allow for more fluid movement between roles — because, to be honest, we’ve had companies for over a century now and no one seems to […]
I saw this question in a Twitter chat recently. Q4. Your youngest employees should be in charge of your social platforms because they’re more comfortable using it. #Luv4Social — #Luv4Social (@Luv4Social) November 12, 2015 People are still asking these questions? What does that say about the state of business – the state of leadership […]
Maybe loyalty to “How it’s always been done,” and a mastery of “What’s possible and what isn’t,” just isn’t going to serve you as well as it did last century. Maybe you need someone who has little grasp of what’s possible and what’s not.