Geography significantly influences the formation of generational beliefs and behavior. Each country’s unique social, political, and economic events shape specific views and attitudes among today’s adults. Understanding these country-to-country differences is critical to creating employment deals that attract and retain the best employees in each geographic area. Western generational models cannot be applied broadly to a global workforce.
The combination of today’s complex and uncertain competitive environments with the rapid speed of innovation in a networked ecosystem has undermined traditional approaches to enterprise strategy. The proposed alternative is “continuous strategy” (CS), a process of constantly evaluating performance and revising expectations to account for new and better information.
This project looks at ways to improve decision-making in the highly-instrumented, collaborative enterprise, and identifies emerging best practices in contemporary business decision-making methods.
Platform success is dependent on user adoption. Successful collaborative platform strategies must be designed around three major factors: usability, impact, and organizational readiness.
Data can provide opportunities to identify key contributors and collaborators in the enterprise, people who are relied on for advice, information, and guidance by others–but how should the enterprise incorporate it into its HR practices?
Increasing productivity is at the core of any company or any economy’s progress. This report examines how collaboration can be used to improve productivity.
Communication technology has changed the written word from something static into something social. How should organizational design change to leverage this new, richer feature of technology-augmented language?