Smoke out your culture

The differences between high- and low-margin companies are as much social as they are financial. That makes them hard to reconcile, writes Phil Young [button type=”large” color=”black” rounded=”1″ link=”https://issuu.com/revistabibliodiversidad/docs/dialogue_q3_2017_full_book/53″]READ THE FULL GRAPHIC VERSION[/button] Back in the late 1980s, big tobacco companies realized that the prospects for growth – at least in the US – were … Read more

Webinar: Global Productivity Rankings announced

  Global productivity champions revealed.   Download the results and supporting resources and watch the recording. The world’s most financially productive companies were commended on April 20, in a prestigious global ranking created by Duke Corporate Education. The winners and medalists of the Global Productivity Ranking, devised by Professors Joe Perfetti and Michael Cichello for Duke Corporate Education … Read more

3 tips to consider as Gen Z enters the workforce

  Millennials – a self-expressive, diverse and inspired generation. In the workplace, they demand continuous opportunities for learning and upward mobility, flexibility and balance. Just as managers and learning leaders start to grasp millennial demands by implementing more lenient work schedules and innovative technologies, another generation creeps into the workforce. Generation Z – or the … Read more

Applying principles of the sharing economy to corporate learning

  We all know the value of feedback. We have heard so much about it in the news, on social media and in casual conversation. In a large sense, feedback is a key component to what drives the sharing economy – which involves the sharing of human, physical and intellectual resources. Take Uber for example; … Read more