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I recently attended a presentation given by Kirk A. Young, President of Job Match Assessment, an Overland Park based consulting firm that serves organizations by quite literally, matching available jobs with high performing individuals specifically suited for the job. Kirk … Continue reading
Certainly, as change relates to organizational culture, in many cases, excessive management merely gets in the way! True cultural change must be promoted through a forward thinking Leadership Team pointing the direction of business goals …allowing their respective associates, as … Continue reading
A new set of Values and Beliefs among potental employees has created a new, emerging, Business Culture.
Behavioral change is occurring within the workplace that is far beyond the control of organizational leadership! This transformation of the basic human condition is innate in today’s society and is greatly affecting the “Culture” of every business organization. For perhaps … Continue reading
Business decisions regarding your direction to the future cannot be taken lightly and must be continually reviewed to assure that you are on the right path to success. At the speed of today’s business, we cannot merely react to change … Continue reading
What a Great Article!.
This article from GlobeSt.com. Bernice Boucher is lead of JLL’s workplace strategy and is right on in her comments regarding the Evolving Workplace. …Check it out! http://www.globest.com/commentary/office/14-Ways-the-Workplace-is-Evolving-345133.html?zkP…
Do your people have the tools they need to do their jobs? Does their workplace support collaborative activities as well as other aspects of employee’s jobs? …Can they concentrate? Can they share ideas? (There is a percentage game there that … Continue reading
I was recently honered to give a presentation to the Kansas City Chapter of the International Facilities Management Association. My subject matter, as usual, was the unprecedented CHANGE in Individuals within the workforce and what facilities managers, and certainly their Leadership, must … Continue reading