Without even defining corporate adolescence, you can figure out what it means. Corporate adolescence is a term I like to use to describe that awkward stage in a company’s life when they are no longer small—but not yet large. You have some of the characteristics of each but are not
Good job descriptions are the Swiss Army Knife of the human resources business Job descriptions should be right at your fingertips whenever you have an HR matter to address. A principle of organization holds that organization should be based upon the work to be performed, not on the people available to
One of the biggest issues technology integrators face today is hiring and retaining the right people. In the beginning, when you first started your integration business, HR’s main job was finding the right talent and putting them in the right seat. Typically, the hiring, firing and retaining of employees start
How do you keep score in your integration business, and who is responsible for it? A lot of organizations have goals, but they’re soft like, “We’re going to increase sales.” That’s good, but based on what? Is it based on revenue? Profit? Market share? And how do you measure your progress?
None of us like having unproductive meetings. From starting on time to setting a clear agenda, there are obstacles for getting the most out of your time together whether in person or virtually. Navigate’s David McNutt brings six questions you can use to manage employees and meetings.