The co-Author of Fortune Magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For shares his vision for the future of work.
Cascading goals confuses employees and leads to irrelevant and overly ambitious goal setting. Here is why your organization should avoid it.
In a recent study, 69% of respondents said they would work harder if they were better recognized, and 49% said they would leave their current job for a company that clearly recognized employees.
Marissa Mayer, Google’s employee #20 and the recently named CEO of Yahoo!, has spoken extensively about how she managed her teams and employees at Google. Here are four important leadership lessons from Mayer’s tenure at Google.
One of the big challenges in mastering our power of persuasion are the mental blockers - or “saboteurs” - that often get in the way and prevent us from reaching our full potential.
The success of the agile development model begs the question: why can't we apply the same approach to the way we develop people?