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Why is Change so Hard For My Employees?

Blog post by on August 19, 2014

There are many reasons why change is hard for your employees. According to many personality profiles the % of risk takers or even those who will embrace change is around 25%- 30% at most. That leaves 7 …

Using Technology To Drive Employee Engagement

Blog post by on August 16, 2014

The writing is on the wall: Technology drives employee engagement. And leading the way is BYOD—bring your own device to work. Here are some interesting stats about BYOD: 81% of employees use at least one personal technology …

Employee Journey

Blog post by on August 9, 2014

The employee journey is a working life-long journey. The customer journey is sporadic within a company. The employee journey cannot be viewed as just a series of various journeys within a company. The journey must be viewed …

Do You Work in a Culture of Mehdiocrity?

Blog post by on August 4, 2014 Editor's Pick

No, my spell checker is not out of order. In fact, I had to fight to get it to stop correcting me. Mehdiocrity: A state of being wherein the only acceptable alternatives are to be non-reactive, to …

A toolkit to tackle organisational challenges

Blog post by on August 1, 2014

A strong focus on your customer can become the driving force for business improvement. The challenge often lies in tackling the organisational issues that stand in the way of doing things better and being more customer centric. …