The nomenclature of business terms is both general and industry specific. It can be hard for employees in one industry to speak to others in a non-competing industry when specific technical terms and acronyms are distributed.
Is Your Organization Horrible at Holding People Accountable?
If there is anything that is more talked about and less actually done about than accountability in virtually every organization I know of, I’d like to know what it is. Truth is, holding people accountable, including oneself, is just plain hard.
Why Best Practices Are Not Shared Among and Between Teams
How can teams become great? We believe strongly that the label of great team has little to do with the current capacity of the team and much more to do with the ability of the team to learn together and increase its joint capacity.
After spending four years as an undergraduate at a university studying both English and Economics, I was excited to leverage what I had learned through all of my courses after being offered a full-time professional position with an organization in the data communications industry.
The Power of Small: Why Nano Inputs Lead to Macro Outputs and What That Means for You and Your Organization
The movie the Big Short opens with what is claimed to be a quote from Mark Twain (which it isn’t): “It ain’t what you don’t know that gets you into trouble. It’s what you know for sure that just ain’t so!”