Monday 15 May 2017 After Portugal’s win in Eurovision, I start my week with the winning song and then quickly delve into the research that I have been doing on Snapchat. I have been reading some academic papers on how this tool is being used as some background for an ... read more
When I was invited to kick off last week’s AITD National Conference by hosting a breakfast session about Personal Knowledge Management, the last thing I wanted to do was deliver a traditional presentation. Given the massive scope of PKM, I needed to narrow my focus. And given the contemporary thrust ... read more
Source: Ryan TraceyPublished on 2017-05-14By Ryan Tracey
It’s a fact, some training efforts work and others fail. We’ve all been around the block a time or two and have participated and/or created our fair share of corporate training events. Some information sticks and others are forgotten about. Some events are cursed as a waste of time ... read more
HR Planning and Strategy courses eventually come around to the distasteful topic of “downsizing”. They talk about “survivors” and politely organic methods of reducing headcounts, like attrition, and smart moves like work redesign and evolution, but there are many times when an organization – rightly or wrongly – just chooses ... read more
Cycle meetings or POA (plan of action) meetings are common staple a few times a year within the pharmaceutical business. These meetings usually bring together the sales colleagues and present an opportunity to calibrate the team on action plans, build reinforcement around key strategies, provide an update on the market ... read more
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