Leaders love their employee engagement data, but some are starting to ask themselves if the data is simply ‘too good to be true'.
Some of the most powerful drivers of performance are being neglected. That is because many managers don’t really know what motivates their people.
Many managers fear their people are not working as hard or as smart from home, as they would if they were in the office. This is often dismissed as ‘Performance Paranoia'. But what if it is actually valid and can serve a valuable purpose?
Nodding Dog Syndrome is an strangely-names, but common risk in the execution of strategic projects.
There is a critical oversight in respect of the successful execution of strategic projects and priorities. That is a range of factors that could account for as much as 50% of project success, or failure.