The world of human capital management is rapidly evolving with leaders creating inspiring visions of humans and machines.
For years, the problem of miscommunication has plagued companies. Lack of a proper hierarchy of decision making and scarcity of relevant actionable information has led to organizations missing out on key performance dips and the less speedy generation of insights that can benefit the organization. In most companies, the handling of data is left to the specialized data scientists and the IT department. As such, information insights are generated that much slower with less accuracy than expected.
Democratizing data in the organization would mean that every user can query, understand and apply critical data at faster rates than ever before. As such, let us look at the two biggest reasons a company needs Data Democratization.
Dr. Sandra Pereira, CEO KPISOFT
What’s your #1 priority this year? 6 tips to make 2017 your best performing year ever!
In 2017, all eyes will be on you and how your company performs. Economists are keeping a close watch on all indicators of change. Politicians are measuring; media is listening; workers are rallying; and consumer confidence is once again on the rise.
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An Employee’s Point of View
Going in for a new job can be nerve wrecking. Going in a for a new job and not knowing the overall goals that are expected of you is even worse. Many companies have the mentality of throwing new employees to the wolves and seeing how they turn out. For a small percentage of people, that works. For the much larger percentage, they are lost not knowing what to do because their goals and expectations were not carefully laid out for them.
Discover how Dallas-based Lone Star uses Behaviors to hire right and groom their next generation of leaders
When Business Scales and Culture Doesn’t
How did we get to this point? What happened to the days when we knew everyone in the office and could reach over our cubicles to talk about our kids, a customer call, or to share a joke we just heard. We knew our owners personally. They actually hired us. We knew their kids; went to office get-togethers at their houses; and spent very Friday afternoon on the golf course, even if we didn’t know how to play. We were tight!
How to Take Your Employees from Bad Eggs to Golden Eggs
First, let’s talk about the employment process. You did your due diligence. You reviewed more than one hundred resumes. Out of those, the top 10 were prescreened; and out of those the top 5 were interviewed. And it was then narrowed down to two. You did the reference checks, talked to the applicant’s former managers; and did the required background check. This guy walks on water!
The Challenges Facing Asia Pacific
Over the past three years, in a recovering economy, businesses have been busy creating new strategy to meet the demands of the next 5 years. In Asia Pacific, just as in the US, workplace needs are revolving around demographic trends. These trends will play an important part in how company culture is being re-shaped to meet the demands of a smaller pool of resources. While the labor pool shrinks, the need for greater skills will rise. To fill the gaps, streamlined business practices and advanced technology will be key for success.
Ragunath Joe Murthy
Contributing Business Consultant
The Four E’s to an Efficient and Effective Team
The insurance industry is basically being reinvented. And, this reinvention has caused a major disruption in how insurance is defined and purchased by its new customer base. The disruption is so volatile that start-ups selling newly design insurance products are changing the landscape of the traditional garden. Of course this is an analogy; but imagine the main staples of corn, beans, wheat and rice being replaced by quinoa, millet, kamut and amaranth. One can certainly compare this garden of new staple foods to the evolution of the insurance world.
Go Digital…Take Your Insurance Sales Team from Good to Great
Traditional insurance companies have long run their business on their reputation of ethical practices and a superior trust-factor. Other items that created a strong relationship were the quality of their brand, product reliability, second-to-none customer support and the salesmanship of their agents.