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2016-02-26

How can you hold employees accountable without rewards and consequences?

By Bruce Tulgan

It’s a whole lot easier to manage performance if you have the resources and discretion (and the guts) to tie specific rewards and punishments directly to concrete actions within the control of the individuals you are managing...

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2016-02-24

Management challenge #19

By Bruce Tulgan

When you have a superstar you are going to lose for sure, how to lose that superstar very well...

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2016-02-24

Management challenge #17

By Bruce Tulgan

When there is a superstar you need to keep engaged...

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2016-02-09

Four ways high-performing organizations are adapting to the age of data

By Cliff Stevenson, i4cp

Only one-quarter of participants in i4cp's latest report indicated that their organizations are equipped to meet today's analytics needs, prompting an urgent call for analytics skills and acumen across organizations...

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2016-02-09

The importance of measurement in employee engagement

By Alan E. Hall

Employee engagement is critical to the success of an organization and employee performance. Engagement is a result of employees understanding the company’s goals...

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2016-02-09

True leaders accept responsibility

By David Dye

There is strength in numbers. More people working together makes less work for all — most of the time. The idea of "team" can bring to mind the image of people pulling together in one direction toward a common goal.

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