In the last 10 years, it’s been gradually harder to attract and motivate top talent with old-fashioned methods like high wages and big perks. Instead, a new type of employee is taking charge in the workforce,
The main focus for most organizations in 2014 should be on talent management and talent development, particularly the managerial and technical roles that are the difference makers. One of the major reasons
It’s a topic which corporations once routinely ignored, then dismissed, and are only now beginning to discuss: the dearth of professionals of color in senior positions. Professionals of color hold only
Planning to quit your job in 2014? According to a new survey from CareerBuilder, you’re most likely jumping ship because you’re dissatisfied with advancement opportunities at you current company or you
Radically flat. That’s the management goal that Tony Hseih, founder of e-commerce giant Zappos, aims to achieve by the end of 2014. To get there, Hsieh plans to toss out the traditional corporate hierarchy
So-called “boomerang” employees — those who leave and then return — will become an increasingly valuable source of talent over the years ahead. In what’s perhaps the most frequently discussed example,
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Although the ghost of the Great Man still haunts leadership studies, most of us have recognized by now that successful organizations are the product of distributive, collective, and complementary leadership.