Monthly Archives: June 2011

“Getting Best Work” at Enterprise 2.0 #e2conf

Getting best work from current staff is one of four key people-related business challenges business leaders face. To meet the goal of “get best work” – sometimes translated to “create a high performance culture” – organizations turn to performance management … Continue reading

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The Performance Measurement Conundrum

In my research, I’ve identified four key people-related challenges that business leaders face. One of these is “getting best work” from the staff in place at any given time.  I will be speaking about this topic specifically this Thursday at … Continue reading

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Does Facebook have a professional angle?

Since their inception in the mid-2000’s, Facebook and LinkedIn have had two separate and complementary identities.  Facebook is personal and LinkedIn is professional. Facebook is friend networking and LinkedIn is business networking. Will it stay this way? LinkedIn has over … Continue reading

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Payroll Gets the Spotlight

During an Oracle Fusion preview event I attended a couple of years ago, one of the participants cried over the payroll manager checklist tool.  It’s not the first time I’ve witnessed passion over payroll.  The annual APA congress is filled … Continue reading

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