Published on: Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Northwestern University Kellogg School professor Mohanbir Sawhney tells ExecuNet that there are significant human resources implications from the integration of technologies, ideas and market expertise. He shares one example of the virtual workplace and how it could portend change across numerous industries in this exclusive video interview
at the 2012 World Innovation Forum.
Published on: Monday, October 01, 2012
When conference keynoters the likes of Jack Welch, Bill Clinton, Bill Gates and others take the stage, their remarks are usually filled with references to achieving what's possible and pushing people and organizations to the very limits of their true potential.
Particularly in times like these, the gulf between consistently achieving optimum enterprise and human performance and assessing what companies and people are truly getting from this collective focus on business objectives should be a motivating force in the lives and minds of every executive leader.
Yet, in order to truly ascertain the opportunity that exists to inspire teams and individuals to better business results, leaders must also question whether they're measuring up, staying relevant and helping to create a better environment around them.
Published on: Friday, September 28, 2012
In the article, Three Things You Can Do to Help Others Find You the Right Job
, I made a reference to "job search scouts" as people you've deputized to help you seek new opportunities. An ExecuNet member fairly asked "who those job search scouts are?"
Job search scouts can be categorized into two groups:
- People you know — those who want to help
- People you don't know — those who can help
Published on: Thursday, September 27, 2012
Recognized as one of the world's leading futurists, Ray Kurzweil shares his view that the democratization of information is having a profound impact on business, on lives and societies and how they interact and provide value for each other.
Published on: Tuesday, September 25, 2012