Insights & Perspectives
Hoping that technology will lead employees to do what they aren’t currently doing, managers and executives leap right into automation without giving due process to the foundational steps of “simplify” and “standardize.” Mistakenly, they think technology will jump-start behavioral change or define a more robust strategy.
When leaders place so much immediate attention on the near term, they lack the vision to make bold bets on the future. Here are five ways manufacturers can make bold bets and improve their top line
What motivates an employee? What keeps your employees coming into work and giving it their all? You may think it would come from their salary, benefits, or incentives, but it dwells much deeper than that. What propels an employee to thrive is a sense of self-worth that comes from the value they provide the company. The uncovering of this value is essential in discovering their motivation.
My colleagues at Definity Partners (www.definitypartners.com) in Cincinnati, Ohio, are preparing to launch a series called “What’s Next?” This series will facilitate the sharing of best progressive practices in area organizations. Company leaders will gather to hear about trends, share their ideas and network with other regional thought leaders.
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