What do ROI, ROO, and ROE terms really mean? .
Measuring the ROI of employee engagement–click here for the case study.
The evaluation of engagement has evolved over several decades and generally involves three major categories of research. Beginning with a logical analysis, research has moved to exploring relationships between engagement and other variables, and then View article
Research that began at the Virtual Edge Summit 2010 will continue at the Virtual Edge Summit 2011 to be held on January 12-13 in Las Vegas and virtually. The goal is to continue to build the business View article
With the arrival of a new CEO, this leading Eurasian home improvement retail group faced a change in strategic direction, a downsizing of the corporate centre by more than 30%, and new expectations for the organization’s core values to guide behavior change, convey direction and purpose, and communicate what was important.
A law firm in a highly competitive market had grown through acquisitions, but the resulting cultural “melting pot” threatened the company’s reputation for customer service. Upon launching a new external identity, the firm realized it needed to unify its workforce’s awareness and behavior.
Most executives instinctively know that strong leadership is essential for overall organizational success. However, in most organizations, there is a lack of urgency to improve leadership skills driven by a belief that an organization’s current leadership capacity—and subsequent performance—is good enough.