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Monthly Archives: March 2016

How to be impressively up-to-date with no effort

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  How to be impressively up-to-date with no effort   You know those people who are always impressively and ridiculously well read? The people who somehow just appear to know something about everything and are continually saying things like: “Have you read…?” or “Actually there is some research on that” or “Ah yes the research […]

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Is the change curve a myth?

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A recent discussion on LinkedIn asked if the change curve was a myth or not. This was based on this blog post suggesting or rather stating it is a myth. So I decided to look into it from a research point of view: Background The original change curve was not actually meant to be about […]

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The 2 things the CEO’s from ‘Undercover Boss’ learned that every leader needs to know. New Research.

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Researchers spoke to a series of the Chief Executives (CEOs) featured on the TV series ‘Undercover Boss’ to find out what they really learned from going undercover on the frontline of their own businesses. The findings of the study just published in the journal, Human Resources Development Quarterly focused on the impressions the CEOs got […]

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People try to put us d-down (Talkin’ ’bout my generation): Generation Z and what it means for your organisation

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Generation Z is about to enter the workforce, but what does it mean for you and your organization? A series of new studies looking at this question have just been published in academic journals. Before I look at what they are saying here is a quick primer about the generations, their outlook and motivations. Previous […]

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