Groupthink is a leadership phenomenon that can paralyse executive management. With multinational companies and banks regularly falling victim, businesses must teach their staff to recognise and eliminate idea-resistant culture.
In every crisis, multinational companies seem to fall prey to a damaging cycle of mass layoffs and subsequent talent shortages. How can organisations avoid this pitfall while managing their bottom lines through a difficult period?
New guidelines will allow employees to work remotely even after COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
The period we’re in right now is one of relentless change. For leaders across industries, it’s a high-pressure environment, with the need to constantly evaluate, shift and pivot to keep on top of new challenges and adapt to changing…
Today’s business leaders are grappling with a critical new challenge: that of elevating workforce engagement at a time when many employees look set to be working from home on a permanent or part time basis for the foreseeable future.
Regardless of your industry, your business has to attribute much of its success to your employees. They actively work to transform raw inputs into profitable outputs. For that matter, the needs of your workforce deserve equal treatment.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a monumental shift in the ways large businesses and enterprises operate on both a day-to-day and strategic level.