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5 successful leaders’ advice: I wish I knew this as a young manager

Good leadership is an essential for any successful company, but it’s not always easy for junior or first-time managers to adapt to their role. Many …

6 Social Media Behaviors to Avoid in 2017

As of January 2017, Social Media has garnered over 2.8 billion active users worldwide, making it one of the largest congregations of the world’s …

In The Enterprise, Customer Experience Starts With Social

Many companies view social media as simply one part of their marketing strategy – using it to tweet or otherwise share company announcements, comment on relevant news, and distribute company-authored content.<p>But increasingly, savvy businesses are recognizing social media not just as a channel for …

Customer Experience

This New Data Will Make You Rethink How You Write Headlines

Here are 10 ways to write headlines that will melt your heart, give you goosebumps, or make you cry tears of joy.<p>Every day, people are working really hard to create quality content. But then they shoot themselves in the foot by slapping on some crappy headline onto that great content.<p>It's mind …

Digital Marketing

This 10-Year CEO Study Reveals a Key Behavior of the Most Successful Leaders

Exhibiting this one behavior makes you an astonishing twelve times more likely to be a high-performing CEO.<p>Ten-year CEO studies conducted by a team of psychologists, economists, statisticians, and data scientists don't come along every day (but still more offers for a 0 percent APR credit card …

Leadership

Why Do We Still Need Managers?

<i>“Management is not only dysfunctional, Management is also destructive” — </i><i>Companies Without Managers</i><p>Last week we held the first of the Bromford …

Management

How Analytics Has Changed in the Last 10 Years (and How It’s Stayed the Same)

Ten years ago, Jeanne Harris and I published the book <i>Competing on Analytics</i>, and we’ve just finished updating it for publication in September. One major reason for the update is that analytical technology has changed dramatically over the last decade; the sections we wrote on those topics have …

Big Data

Employee Engagement and Experience Driven by “Culture First”

This is no more a secret that engaged employees are more likely to perform better and improve organizational success. And as the companies move more …

Unleash Your People – 5 Key Learnings from HR Tech World San Francisco

Diversity & InclusionEmployee ExperienceFuture of WorkHR TechnologySmart DataSocialTalent & RecruitmentUncategorized<p>David Green • June 23, 2017 • 0<p>• …

Human Resources

How Robotic Process Automation Fits in Your Contact Center

Automation has introduced efficiency throughout enterprises for decades now.<p>One example comes from the world of customer service. Contact centers …

Intelligence

This Is How Entrepreneurs Can Dominate The Clock (But Most Don't)

One of the main reasons startups fail to grow is due to poor time management by the founders.<p>In today's market, entrepreneurs and business owners get flooded with a massive workload. Truth be told, I personally work in excess of sixty hours a week. So, unless you implement a tactical approach, …

Time Management

How HR Can Become Agile (and Why It Needs To)

If software has eaten the world, then agile has eaten the software world. While initially designed to improve the responsiveness of software development teams, more recently agile has become the default team-based operational model for companies big and small, across industries and sectors, with …

Harvard Business Review

HR Compliance Trends to Watch in 2017

This year has seen a “changing of the guard” in Washington, with Republicans now in control of both Congress and the White House. HR professionals …

Equality

HR Must Make People Analytics More User-Friendly

Managing HR-related data is critical to any organization’s success. And yet progress in HR analytics has been glacially slow. Consulting firms in the U.S. and Europe lament the slow progress. But a Harvard Business Review analytics study of 230 executives suggests a stunning rate of anticipated …

Analytics

How to Integrate Data and Analytics into Every Part of Your Organization

Many conversations about data and analytics (D&A) start by focusing on technology. Having the right tools is critically important, but too often executives overlook or underestimate the significance of the people and organizational components required to build a successful D&A function.<p>When that …

Harvard Business Review

The Revolution Will Begin Eventually (Maybe): AI and Recruiting

Here’s the latest prediction concerning the future of AI, based on a survey of the leading researchers, conducted by Oxford University: the experts …

Human Resources

How Managers Drive Results and Employee Engagement at the Same Time

Is it possible to be a high-standards, results-driven leader while at the same time building an engaged, fun-to-work-with team? Many people would contend that doing either of these things well makes it almost impossible to succeed at the other. And yet our examination of 360-degree assessment data …

Leadership

The Jeff Bezos Empire in One Giant Chart

With a fortune largely tied to his 78.9 million shares of Amazon, the net worth of Jeff Bezos continues to be on the rise.<p>Just days ago, Amazon …

Jeff Bezos

Changing nature of people analytics and modern day HR: Here are the six hot trends to look for

The human element has always been crucial in the business context. Be it employees or employers, customers or partners, investors or shareholders, …

Human Resources

MIT and Google researchers have made AI that can link sound, sight, and text to understand the world

If we ever want future robots to do our bidding, they’ll have to understand the world around them in a complete way—if a robot hears a barking noise, what’s making it? What does a dog look like, and what do dogs need?<p>AI research has typically treated the ability to recognize images, identify …

Artificial Intelligence

3 Massive Big Data Problems Everyone Should Know About

Today, Big Data gives us unprecedented insights and opportunities across all industries from healthcare to financial to manufacturing and more. But, it also raises concerns and questions that must be addressed. The relentless changes to technology and Big Data are keeping everyone on their toes, …

Big Data

The Culture Deck

How people work is as important as what they do.<p><b>David Siegel</b><p>NOTE: Please link to this essay via <b>www.theculturedeck.com</b><b>,</b> thank you.<p>“Out of control!” …

Management

Headstart wants to better analyze candidates to fit them with the best jobs

Nicholas Shekerdemian has a pretty typical startup story: he dropped out of college, met up with technical co-founder Jeremy Hindle and then ended up starting a company. But Shekerdemian, who at the time was helping match English teachers with Chinese citizens, wanted to start a company that would …

Machine Learning

Untangling your organization’s decision making

Any organization can improve the speed and quality of its decisions by paying more attention to what it’s deciding.<p><b>It’s the best and worst of times</b> …

Management

The 7 Biggest Time-Wasters in a New Entrepreneur's Day

Accepting that you'll never have "everything" done is just as important as weeding out your time-wasting habits.<p>Being a new entrepreneur is stressful, and that stress is compounded when you start realizing just how little time there is in a day. You’ll be managing more tasks and responsibilities …

Time Management

This 17-Year-Old Sums Up in 1 Paragraph What Great Leadership Looks Like

Take a lesson from this high-school standout athlete: Leadership is not about you.<p>If you follow my column, by now you're familiar with the ethos of servant leadership, which I often write about and firmly believe to be the best leadership philosophy on the planet.<p>But don't just take my word for it. …

Leadership

Bill Gates and Digitization: Ahead of the Curve Yet Again

We are moving from the buzzword “Internet of Things” (IoT) to the term “digitization.” As a supply chain professional, the digitization I’m most interested in is the “digital supply chain.” The concept of the digital supply chain encompasses IoT, but also includes the idea that sensor data needs to …

Bill Gates

A Cyberattack ‘the World Isn’t Ready For’

NEWARK — There have been times over the last two months when Golan Ben-Oni has felt like a voice in the wilderness.<p>On April 29, someone hit his employer, IDT Corporation, with two cyberweapons that had been stolen from the National Security Agency. Mr. Ben-Oni, the global chief information officer …

Security

Could The Best Memory System Be One That Forgets?

Intuitively, we tend to think of forgetting as failure, as something gone wrong in our ability to remember.<p>Now, Canadian neuroscientists with the University of Toronto are challenging that notion. In a paper published Wednesday in the journal <i>Neuron</i>, they review the current research into the …

The Brain