The Performance Triangle components – workplace hygiene, motivation, and engagement – shape organizational performance.
The Performance Triangle: Three Factors that Boost Team Potential
In this post, you’ll learn the core differences and similarities between employee engagement, motivation, and job satisfaction. The Performance Triangle offers a powerful visualization of the interplay of factors that impact your team’s performance. By leveraging this model, you can identify the specific areas that need improvement and develop a strategy to achieve excellence.” By […]
Unlocking Employee Engagement: Driving Productivity and Profits
As we enter the knowledge economy, forward-thinking leaders are increasingly looking to employee engagement as a key driver of sustainable productivity growth.
Learn more about employee engagement, its tangible benefits, and how to improve and measure it.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: a Must-Have Tool in the Knowledge Economy
Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs may be less popular than the Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) – but it is much more meaningful and powerful as a performance enhancement instrument.
Why Transformation Projects Fail?
“Why do projects fail?” Whether you are a certified professional or just an accidental project manager – you’ve heard and answered this question before. Indeed, for as long as I remember myself, this subject has been so dear to the public at large that every business magazine and website would offer their recommendations. Google for […]
Coming Next: Facebook Most Important Updates
Are you NOT surprised: now Facebook is announcing imminent layoffs, following a similar announcement from Google a few days ago. Although both companies are avoiding the L-word, in an attempt to remain politically correct to the end, this is what it is: layoffs. Like many oversatiated companies before them, they have reached the point where […]
Do you use surveillance or “productivity monitoring” tools at work? Whether you adopt WFH or hybrid or in-person, there’s a good chance that you are being monitored. Quite a few companies still use punch clocks. Perhaps digital and contactless today, the punch clock is the oldest surveillance tool that comes to my mind and I […]
Lawsuit Against Glassdoor: a Legal Scam?
Some legal firm from the US approached a local business owner offering him help to file a lawsuit against former employees who continue leaving “defamatory” reviews on Glassdoor. Essentially, they suggest hiring them to wriggle the “offenders’” identities from Glassdoor and then sue the insulters for “substantial damages caused by defamatory reviews,” thereby sending a […]
Lean Email with 5S
How many unread emails are in your mailbox now? Dozens? Hundreds? A year ago, one executive complained to me that he had over 3000 emails in his inbox, most of them unread. Six months later, he updated the figure to 5000, i.e. his unread backlog is growing slowly but surely, and so does his frustration. […]
What Steve Jobs Knew Before the Great Resignation
Steve Jobs may have been a controversial leader – but a smart one. And there was something that he understood particularly well and used as a foundation for his management approach.