A recent Aberdeen research report found that companies are including assessment tools in their efforts to identify high-potential talent, to develop workers' interpersonal and leadership skills and to set performance goals for their staff.Read More
When you hold your annual harassment training you might want to consider mentioning the evils of auto-correct.Read More
Failed inventions and initiatives can give rise to painful—unproductive—“innovation trauma.”
Nowadays, companies ranging from high-tech firms to service companies have invested in a new generation of idea factories. They share one trait: a mantra that time equals money.Read More
Four in 10 organizations see themselves as ineffective at fostering innovation, and there's a mismatch between what companies are doing and what they say is effective when it comes to inspiring inventiveness.
We can't follow these all the time, but there's no better time to try to change habits than at the start of 2013.Read More
If you want to hold your employees accountable for what they say and do online, both at work and outside of work, establish expectations.Read More
Software by HarQen Inc. enables automated phone screening of applicants, but the technology takes getting used to.
There are several traps an employer can fall into with regard to accurately recording the time that an employee actually works.
SAP employees become social brand ambassadors while participating in corporate social responsibility programs.Read More