By V S RAVI
An organisation’s success can be completely unrelated to the company’s leader, or can occur in spite of a bad leader. But if the leadership is poor, then what could have made the organisation successful? Read on to find out.
By ED BALDWIN
I once ran into a fellow HR professional who is part of the movement to disrupt the traditional HR landscape to become more progressive and impactful. He asked me this: “How do we elevate the role of HR in business today?”
By BILLY ARCEMENT
Be aware of your leadership environment. Look for the good but never forget the activities that lurk in the shadows. One bad team member can screw up the entire team effort. When needed changes don’t occur, dismissal is inevitable.
By R VENKATESWARAN
When organisations look at sustainability, the most frequently highlighted fact is the numbers that help to hold up the organisation. In the long-term war for continued profitable existence, the ability of the people to drive the business forward and hold it together for the future, rarely, makes headline news.
By MATT NAYLOR
“You can have the fanciest and most expensive car in the world, but without the right driver, it is useless.” Big Dutchman believes in helping employees maximise their professional growth.
By DEVENDRAN SINNADURAI
In a world where existing customer pools are hyper-commoditised, we would like to challenge organisations to expand their engagement networks to include this audience pool – our youth – who will eventually translate into connected networks of employees, partners, customers, and more importantly, influencers...