You do. And if you want your company to succeed, you need employees who are engaged, satisfied and willing to go the extra mile for you. Our mission is to help you achieve this goal.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
10 Signs You Respect me as an employee
Does “management” still mean anything in this century?
Companies today realize they need to change their mechanistic, make-the-numbers management, but many struggle to find practical ways to humanize their management styles without losing hard-nosed productivity. Yet, in a fast changing society all agree that employee engagement and creativity are the keys to satisfied customers--and therefore, profits.
Throughout the latter part of the past century, one company has explored a different path. Toyota a small, struggling, automaker in the 1950s discovered a different route to growth based on what Nobel Prize economistJoseph Stiglitzdescribes as seeking dynamic gains rather than static efficiencies.