by Dan Oswald We live in a world of “What have you done for me lately?” And when we say “lately,” we mean today or this week. Our society suffers from an acute case of instant gratificationitis. Wall Street wants to see a return on its investment—now! It’s not necessarily concerned about seeing a company […]
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Have you ever been at a store and witnessed someone else’s child having a complete meltdown over something they want, but their parents won’t give in and get it for them? And you think to yourself, “Glad that’s not my kid!”
If you are putting out fires already with coworkers not getting along, you may not want to read this article. You may soon be refereeing among your employees and the robot working in your company. And you thought artificial intelligence means no problems!
Collins, who offered his remarks at the SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition in Atlanta, says that one theme runs through every study his team has done—the biggest question is “who should be on the bus.” The 20-Mile March Every leader needs a 20-mile march, says Collins. His reference is to polar explorers Amundsen and Scott […]