April 2010 Posts

No One Saw This Coming: The 3.5 Floppy Disk is Dead

Courtesy of CNET: Sony delivers floppy disk’s last rites

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Discovery is The First Step Towards Communicating Change

Before you can effectively communicate change to employees, you need to understand their point of view. And although employee surveys are the most common way to collect data, they don’t necessarily get at the heart of what employees feel about […]

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Follow the Leader?

What makes a great company? Is it the leader or the employees performing the tasks set forth by the leader? I suppose there can’t be one without the other. A recent Fast Company article makes an interesting argument. http://tinyurl.com/ybv22gs They […]

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What If Management Has a Vision for the Future and Employees Don’t Know About It?

The Gap: In large companies across the country, there’s a major communications gap. In recent research with large employers nationwide, we found a troubling gap between what management thought employees knew and what employees said they did. In interviews with management-level […]

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