The Performance Triangle components – workplace hygiene, motivation, and engagement – shape organizational performance.
Tag: organizational change
Whether you are building a team from scratch or planning to improve the engagement of the existing team, you need to start measuring and monitoring employee engagement as soon as possible. This is Part 3 of “How to improve employee engagement”. Here you will learn why measuring employee engagement is important and how to set up […]
My second encounter of the third kind with Rogers was shorter than the first – but appallingly useless.
This is Part 2 of “How to improve employee engagement”. In Part 1, we discussed “What is employee engagement” and how much it costs to not have an engaged workforce (more than you might imagine). In this part, we introduce the first practical steps you should take to improve your team’s engagement. While searching for […]
In the knowledge economy, large bloated organizations are not sustainable. Google is just one of them.
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.
“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 […]
Hurricane Ian was sending us a message: Humans, it’s time to put your act together. It’s time to REBALANCE.
Abraham Maslow’s Theory of human motivation is like Isaac Newton’s laws of motion: neither of them has an expiration date. New theories often come to the fore, but after a while, it becomes obvious that they are nothing more than derivatives and only confirm the original idea. With the shooting epidemic sweeping the US, everyone […]
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 […]