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Any business must regularly contend with a variety of competitors. To stand out in a crowd of companies fighting for customer and investor attention, organizations must have something unique. As innovative as a business owner is, it can never hurt to have a full team of creative individuals pitching in to offer great ideas. Encourage […]
Posted: April 16th, 2014 under Articles, Build a Winning Culture, Hiring and Retention, IT Management, IT Management Strategy Blog and Aggregation.
Tags: brainstorming, innovative culture
I wanted to pass on this blog post from Debbie Fledderjohann, a partner of ours. Mis-hires are expensive and disruptive. Contracting is a great alternative to relieve near-term pressure so you can, as Jack Welch says, Hire slow and fire fast. Enjoy… -Phil Everyone makes mistakes, but when it comes to hiring, those mistakes can be […]
Why Talent Management Skills Are Essential to Your Business’s Success People are at the heart of every successful business. Good leadership is a known predictor of success, but a company that truly moves forward has more than that. Once the surface is scratched, a leading business also has an enthusiastic, skilled team supporting it. Businesses […]
Job plans and performance evaluations now make up the backbone of every successful organization. Yet for many organizations, hiring practices still rely on outdated methods that grade a person on background rather than ability. In fact, a glance at the average job opening announcement shows this dedication to skills. "Three years or more of marketing […]
When a business chooses a new hire, that person is becoming a part of the team. Often hiring managers spend so much time focusing on finding the right fit for a specific job, they lose sight of the big picture. But for companies of all sizes, it’s crucial to always ensure a candidate is a […]
Posted: March 12th, 2014 under Articles, Build a Winning Culture, Hiring and Retention, Interviewing Best Practices, IT Management, IT Management Strategy Blog and Aggregation, Luminaries On Leadership.