What is the best way to assess the impact our corporate culture has on employee behaviors? This analysis is part of a larger change management initiative.
—Measuring Stick, people & culture specialist, retailing, Calgary, Alberta
There is some inclination by our execs to want to enshrine a training policy to make sure training of employees takes place/gets done. I'm not necessarily opposed, but I also am not convinced it's going to help much. We want to boost participation rates, but I feel like forcing employees to seek out training could backfire.
—Development Dilemma, agriculture/forestry, Lagos, Nigeria
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