Gallup survey finds that only 5% of employees with 10 or more years with a company say they are engaged at work in roles that are the right fit for them.
Most agree that agility is essential in today’s business environment, but the word means different things to different people.
Businesses must learn to grow their core business while seizing new opportunities at the same time if they want to excel in a time of disruption.
Want to be more productive tomorrow? Zero in on your organization’s time, its talent, and its energy.
The disruptive nature of the marketplace today means that businesses need to be ready to change core strategies to improve the customer experience.
In an increasingly agile world, how can we make the best decisions with limited information?
Layoffs, downsizings and even change management initiatives can erode trust among team members. But new research shows how the brain can be engaged to create greater trust and lead to better performance.
Business productivity platforms are playing a key role in empowering business professionals to solve complex problems and helping them do their jobs better, faster, and more cost-efficiently.
Gallup’s annual State of the American Workplace report highlights critical employee satisfaction data that is shaping how employers think about flextime, agile performance management and team collaboration.
Agility is more complicated than simply being willing to shift gears all the time. Here’s what the most agile leaders do to execute and communicate changes without destroying team motivation and momentum.