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beautiful examples of organisational values explained

Values boil down to ‘how we do things round here’, thanks Cascade for sharing! Value 1: Learn everyday Why? We’re a small but growing organisation. The strongest trait that our organisation needs to achieve success is self-motivated people. Arguably the… Continue Reading →

talenttip of the day #3: put performance back into everybody’s hands

Introduce goal setting for entire workforce and have it truly linked to the business goals. Make it simple and accountable and frequent. Use feedback mechanism like Impraise’s tool supports, use it on an ad random informal basis to integrate it into the… Continue Reading →

talenttip of the day #2: develop a strong on-boarding program

Good on-boarding has a lasting impact on retention. In a recent Aberdeen survey, 96% of first-year employees were retained in companies that connected on- boarding and performance compared to only 18% in organizations where that connection was missing. Further, 82%… Continue Reading →

innovation culture

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definition: culture

Culture is an abstract concept, easily used and hardly explained to the full when used. Read this article, an oldy, though quite okay. Always funny to look-up words in the ‘old’ dictionaries: When “culture” first appeared in the Oxford English… Continue Reading →

another bank

Today FD featured Bunq, a new bank that started from scratch and – maybe most crucial for its forthcoming success – without banking experience but with customer experience as focal point. The thing I want to hight light in this… Continue Reading →

engagement

Lunchpool makes it very easy to get to know new colleagues or encourage collaboration on specific project. During lunch time as its name suggest, however why not before and after lunch too? It gives a powerful boost to collaboration and… Continue Reading →

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