Is your company in the process of selecting a new software for your business? Will you be involved in software implementation, but you’re concerned because you’re not very experienced in this kind of project or because you’ve experienced its fail before? Is your company seeing this as a business or an IT project?
The debate about the last question has a long history, but it’s hopefully a generally accepted view at this stage that a software implementation isn’t an IT project for its own sake, but to enable a business change, to become more effective, to free up time for more value-add activities, and to remain competitive. Read more
At Learning Technologies 2018 in London recently, a presenter showed a collage of the most used applications for learning and asked how many the audience had used in the last week in their personal lives. Hands shot up everywhere in the audience. ‘How many have you used in your workplace last week?’ Some hands stayed up, most came down. ‘Wouldn’t we want the tools we find helpful, maybe even love, in our personal lives to enable us in the workplace?’ he continued to a wave of nods in the auditorium.
Coming back to work after a well-deserved break is the best time to re-motivate and energise your employees. No doubt some resolutions with new life and work goals would have been made for 2018, so let’s use this fresh attitude to the New Year and pave the way for a prosperous year ahead.
Here are some top tips to re-motivate in the New Year: Read more
Recruiting the right employees is only the starting point for creating a capable workforce. Often employees take the job because they are initially attracted by a competitive annual salary or benefits, but these reasons alone are not enough to keep them for long time.
So, how can you increase your employee retention rate?
As competition for talent is still a top concern for businesses across all industries, employers have to work intensely to drive employee engagement and retain them. A competitive salary and benefits package are no longer enough to retain employees; key employees want more, and can easily look for a new job if they do not find it.