Category: Collaboration

In a BYOD World, Where is Corporate Knowledge Stored?

The new generation of workers, the Millennials, almost insist on bringing their own smartphones and tablets with them to the workplace. For that matter, even Gen Xers and Baby Boomers have caught the technological bug and have their own smart devices. Increasingly, important notes and information are stored on these devices. Furthermore, Gartner recently predicted
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Three Uncomfortable Truths That Can Derail Your Organization

A previous HR & Talent Management article, “Millennials in the Workforce: Separating Fact From Fiction,” was based on an IBM study that dispelled five common misconceptions regarding the behaviors, habits, and expectations of working Millennials. However, the second half of IBM’s groundbreaking study, “Myths, Exaggerations and Uncomfortable Truths,” reveals that workers from every generation feel
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Measuring Collaboration for Success

Human beings are social animals, which should lend itself well to collaborative situations — particularly in the workplace.  Not so, says Stephen Willis, Ph.D., speaker and author of the Power of Collaboration book series.  “If an organization is not hanging together well, it’s going to come out on the bottom line — something really bad
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The Key to Effective Delegation

“If you have any perfectionist tendencies… you may be having a hard time with the D word. Delegation. And, by extension, maybe your staff is, too,” says Mary Jane Nirdlinger, Executive Director of Planning and Sustainability at Town of Chapel Hill, NC. She speaks from experience and explains that she realized that learning to delegate
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