Turns out, people waste time at work on the internet. Shocked? Probably not, because it’s likely that most of us do it (at least a little). According to a research study soon to be published in the academic journal, Computers in Human Behavior, it was estimated that “between 60 and 80 percent of people’s time… Continue reading Hey Management, Cyberloafing is YOUR Fault
Jason- Thanks for the post on “Life without Management,” and glad to hear that you took a little family time. We have been squeezing in some weekend trips as summer winds down and those have kept us pretty busy as well. I have been thinking a lot about your post and I agree that accountability… Continue reading Management: The Unnecessary Evil
Jason- Good stuff on dealing with a bad manager. Bad managers is probably a topic that we could spend a lot of time on and our Bad Managers Suck series could probably go on for a very, very long time. I think that a big part of the reason that things like The Office and… Continue reading You Are Not The Boss of Me!
Okay, I will get this thing started. Again, no crystal ball here, but these are some significant shifts or movements that I believe provide some valuable context for the discussion about the future of HR / Talent / OD. I think that there are three forces currently changing business that will continue to change business… Continue reading Thinking about where we will go…
Really good topic Jason, and I think that this is a really good example of what makes the concept of “talent” far more complex and contextual than we often think. Gladwell is one of the thinkers that has done a good job of reminding us of this. I think that resilience, work-ethic and the other… Continue reading More on “stick-to-it-ness” and What Really Matters