Role ambiguity is one of the greatest sources of stress. Though easily fixed, it is an ongoing issue for many teams. A study was conducted, looking at numerous organisations, and assessing them against different aspects of successful teams. One such organisation was the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). The three teams that were observed were responsible […]
People are connected to different kinds of technology all the time. Yet often, when it comes to work, employees experience a disconnect between the technologies available to them in their personal lives and those at work. Looking at social media, on its own, people are able to respond immediately, in real time… Traditional performance management […]
Gamification is the application of game-design elements and game principles in non-game contexts. It is the use of game mechanics to drive behaviour and engagement. Gamification creates a way for employees to monitor their progress at the workplace and act from a place of intrinsic motivation. The global gamification market was valued at $2.17 billion […]
In a recent Malcolm Gladwell podcast he talks about an idea that is applied in sports – probably made famous by the movie Moneyball, starring Brad Pitt.
Succession planning is not simply replacement planning. Replacement planning suggests that an organisation simply identifies one or two potential individuals who can work as a backup, for a temporary period, in a role, until someone appropriate is found.
Poor succession planning can have detrimental effects for an organisation such as reputational damage, profit loss and structural inefficiencies.