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    • Emotional Agility: How to Make Your Workforce Emotionally Agile

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      Emotional Agility: How to Make Your Workforce Emotionally Agile

      Workplace has always been an emotional battlefield. Whether leaders admit it or not but employees’ thoughts and passions play an important role within an organization. Emotional outbursts at workplace are normal. The impact of emotions can be positive as well as negative. It is important to we...

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      May 18, 2015

    • Humanize to Become More Agile

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      Humanize to Become More Agile

      The focus is shifting to humanization of work. To sustain in constantly changing work landscape organizations require the ability to: Operate at the edge of chaos, which is to maintain the balance between consciousness and randomness Rely more on human intellect and instinct rather than age-o...

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      May 18, 2015

    • Use 80/20 Rule To Move Towards Business Agility

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      Use 80/20 Rule To Move Towards Business Agility

      The Pareto principle (also known as the 80–20 rule) states that, for many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. In case of a business, it implies that 20% of efforts are responsible for delivering 80% of results. Top 20% of customers represent 80% of sales. If 20% of ...

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      May 18, 2015

    • Building Agility Across an Organization

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      Building Agility Across an Organization

      Agility is the capacity of your business to anticipate, sense, respond to and sail efficiently through volatility in the markets, to survive and sustain. A business acquires agility to respond to volatility. Volatile business environment pushes you towards acquiring agility. Both go hand in...

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      May 18, 2015

    • How to Build an Agile Workforce

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      How to Build an Agile Workforce

      Nowadays most of the companies realize talent management to be as important as other organizational functions to sustain and grow a business. But many of them still need to realize that they need talented flexible people with agile mindset and responsive behavior. Companies are facing unexpect...

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      March 17, 2015

    • Future-Proof Your Business to Stay Agile

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      Future-Proof Your Business to Stay Agile

      The future is unknown. You can’t be sure of what’s going to happen in the years to come. But you know that change will occur. It’s the only precise prediction that you can make for your business. Just because there are uncertainties doesn’t mean that you can’t be future-ready. You can be pro-a...

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      March 17, 2015

    • Fundamentals of Business Agility

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      Fundamentals of Business Agility

      Not so long ago, sustainable competitive advantage made a huge difference in the success of an organization. Big firms dominated purely on the availability of funds and a single core competency while small companies and startups struggled to sustain and make a mark. The scenario began to chang...

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      March 16, 2015

    • Global Workforce Management. Why and How?

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      Global Workforce Management. Why and How?

      For a long time, the organizations in the United States, Europe and other developed economies, were able to grow serving domestic markets. This started to change with economic slowdown in their own markets and increased domestic and global competition. The organizations in these markets were f...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Work & Workforce. Then & Now.

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      Work & Workforce. Then & Now.

      Change is continuous but its pace varies. During past 2 decades technology has evolved at a pace never seen before. Technology does not evolve on its own. We need two important set of people – creators and early adopters. During the current wave of technological evolution, creators created inn...

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      March 6, 2015

    • 24 “Future of Work” Voices You Should Know About In 2014

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      24 “Future of Work” Voices You Should Know About In 2014

      We all know that workplace and the constituents that make it, are changing. To understand and be ready for this change organizations need thought leaders, thinkers, writers and doers, to help them understand and navigate through it. To get you started, we have created a list of important voices...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Internet of Things: Present and Future

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      Internet of Things: Present and Future

      You may not have heard of it yet, but you’ve almost certainly encountered the Internet of Things in action. This increasingly popular concept involves connecting inanimate objects to the Internet so that they can be monitored, adjusted and even controlled remotely. As newfangled as it may soun...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Collaboration Apps and Tools You Should Know About

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      Collaboration Apps and Tools You Should Know About

      When was the last time you snail mailed a letter to a co-worker? If you are like me – not in a long time. Email is what we use to share documents. We also use collaboration apps like Google Drive. We use these apps because it is more convenient and efficient than old way of doing things. In th...

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      March 6, 2015

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    • How To Grow Your Business With Virtual Teams

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      How To Grow Your Business With Virtual Teams

      Most of these days I work from home. This was not the case always. I did my share of cubicle time and spent years working out of a corporate office. This switch wasn’t intentional.  I realized that working from a home-office is more fun (it is not without challenges) than working from an offic...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Manage Contribution, Not Just Performance

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      Manage Contribution, Not Just Performance

      How would you rate your company’s performance management system? If you’re like most of my clients, you believe your system could be better. I recall a handful of clients who LOVED their performance management system – most don’t think it helps much, at all. I believe there are two problems wit...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Win a free copy of Don Tapscott’s Classic Book

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      Win a free copy of Don Tapscott’s Classic Book

      What if you could look into the future and make decisions based on that. Don Tapscott’s classic book “Digital Economy” can help you do just that. Digital Economy was the book that defined the future 20 years ago. Now this anniversary edition helps us look at the future 20 years ahead. Don is one ...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Barriers to Business Agility and Insights on How to Break Them

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      Barriers to Business Agility and Insights on How to Break Them

      “The system is that there is no system. That doesn’t mean there are no processes. We have great processes and they make us more efficient. But that’s not what it is about. It’s ad hoc meetings, talking in hallways and calling each other at 10:30 at night to discuss a new idea or something that...

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      March 6, 2015

    • Are You an Agile Leader?

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      Are You an Agile Leader?

      “All failure is failure to adapt, all success is successful adaptation”, says Dr. Max McKeown, innovation strategy, leadership and culture expert. The statement is meaningful in current times when an organization’s ability to fit into new environments or speedily reacting to the change has bec...

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      March 6, 2015

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