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Balancing Competitive Executive Reward

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The Risks of Business Growth without Adequate Control

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Points of Pain in Entrepreneurial Process Implementation

In his book The E-Myth Revisited (New York: HarperCollins, 1995), Michael Gerber made a succinct observation on the roles of different stakeholders in an entrepreneurial business process. According to Gerber, “the entrepreneur’s job is to create the process, management’s job is to make sure the process is followed, and the technician’s job is to use the process.” + read more

How Businesses Block Business Growth and Why They Do It

While trying to understand the phenomenon of business growth and how it could be replicated across different business contexts, I came across a book by Edward D. Hess and Jeanne Liedtka titled The Physics of Business Growth: Mindsets, System, and Processes (Stanford, CA: Stanford Briefs, 2012). In the book the authors distilled the results of their more than 15 years of research in studying business growth, and the first chapter of their book describes how businesses themselves are engaged in Fighting the Physics of Business Growth. + read more

The Six Types of Collaboration Scenarios

A great deal of organization work, like teamwork, is driven by needs that require us to collaborate. Specific business objectives and targets become easier to achieve when there is good collaboration (not collusion or competition) existing between key players in an organization. However, success in collaboration is defined by company culture, perception of the crisis, understanding of collaboration, and traits of collaborating individuals. + read more

Major Training Requirements in Business Organizations

Training is vital in business organizations, and the role of training is to help new recruits and existent staff to acquire the skills and knowledge required in the workplace, and to perform their job functions. + read more

Does the Affordable Care Act Make Businesses Less Likely to Hire?

Does the Affordable Care Act Make Businesses Less Likely to Hire? The majority of accounting professionals surveyed (66%) feel that their business clients will hire less under ObamaCare, where only 2% feel that the Affordable Health Care Act will catalyze bringing on new hires - On a separate note, survey respondents also feel that business owners are less optimistic about hiring now than they were approximately 4 months ago in March of this year. + read more

Retaining the Best Talent for Your Organization

Top talent is difficult to find and extremely expensive for an organization to replace.Human resources departments are often engaged in generalized activities targeted to address overall employee turnover. In fact the subject of overall employee turnover is brought up frequently at decision tables by the HR because it has been extensively studied, and there are known tools and solutions that can be implemented. This gives the HR some space to work within known parameters and to work with known tools. + read more

Getting Your Grips on Employer Branding

Getting Your Grips on Employer Branding Employer branding is a term that is being increasingly used today and is considered crucial to the survival of businesses. However a number of businesses continue to suffer because executives or management confused about employer branding, try to pass it off as unnecessary. In most cases this is because they themselves are unclear about the implications of employer branding. To many such people, employer branding is nothing more than an extension of normal company branding developed for jobseekers. However, for the more enlightened others, employer branding supplements the product or service brand focus of a company and is a distinct phenomenon. Here we discuss common misconceptions as well as correct perspectives about employer branding as a separate process distinct from other branding elements of an organization. + read more

How the U.S. Skills and Vacancies Gap Is Affecting the Job Market

How the U.S. Skills and Vacancies Gap Is Affecting the Job Market Any perceived gap between skills and vacancies can turn the job market topsy-turvy indeed. This is the situation that most economists and employers around the world dread. To put it straight, the U.S. is facing a mismatch of major proportions in the employment scenario currently. According to recent reports, more than 1.35 million people in the country are unemployed, but statistics point out that more than 2.5 million jobs are going unfilled on a monthly basis. This is commonly known as the U.S. skills gap. + read more

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