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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused tectonic shifts in the configuration of businesses within the larger economy. Inevitably, the changing nature of work is also affecting the manner in which we perceive work, and achieve business outcomes. While the…
The ambiguous ERISA definition of Fiduciary can severely impact 401K advisors. Moving from a commission based to a fee-based system may not be in the best interest of the customer. Financial advisors must redesign their systems to adapt, and deliver.
Innovation must be ingrained, not adopted. Legacy business models are ill-equipped for a dynamic marketplace. HCL’s Gen 2.0 provides the roadmap for a complete overhaul, with institutionalized innovation in business operations, as well as in culture.
The influx of a new generation of digital natives has compelled organizations to tailor talent attraction strategies. Here we look at how HCL initiated the conversation on social recruiting with the #CoolestInterviewEver
Conventional management can drive compliance but employ engagement is strongest with self-direction. We should focus more on intrinsic motivators, deploying new business operating system with novel building blocks such as Autonomy, Mastery and…
Most managers today are still held in the old school command control mentality, constricting employees to think freely for an uninterrupted stretch of time.How can workplaces encourage creative thinking in employees and become a better place to work?
One of the latest trends that has caught the world’s attention and caused an unprecedented transformation in all walks of life is Social Media.