Social Distancing for COVID-19: Learning Technology to the Forefront

Posted by Michael GriffithsJason Magill, Richard Mitchell, Minoo Italia and Elam Lantz on March 19, 2020.

 

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The impact that COVID-19 has had on peoples’ lives and work in recent days has been precipitous and significant. As organizations rise to meet the challenges associated with this disruption, one powerful strategy they can employ is leveraging the capabilities of digital learning technologies to enhance new ways of working and support business continuity by providing an engaging alternative to in-person programs.

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Love your gig workers? Need your gig workers? Show them!

Posted by Melanie Langsett, Peter DeBellis, and Zac Shaw on March 20, 2019.

While organizations are starting to take the first steps to understand and offer rewards packages that are custom tailored to their employee’s preferences, they have only begun to scratch the surface. In particular, nearly all organizations have focused on considering the needs of their employees and are missing out on a large segment of their workforce—contractors, freelancers, and gig workers.

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Perks have lost their luster? No kidding!

There’s a better way to shine as an employer


Posted by Melanie Langsett, Garry Spinks, and Naomi Bradley on January 9, 2019.

We’ve seen a flurry of articles recently describing why perks are becoming passé. That’s not to say workers no longer value compensation, benefits, and the extra things that employers offer and do for their workforce; it’s just that often the rewards being offered aren’t meaningful to workers and organizations aren’t seeing enough return on their investment—no boost in worker engagement or retention, nor upticks in their employment brand. We couldn’t agree more. Making rewards more, well, rewarding for the workforce and organizations means evolving beyond the too-common practice of throwing perks at the wall and hoping they stick.

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Prediction: Data will reveal relationships that ignite productivity


Posted by Timothy Davis and Jeff Mike on November 30, 2018.

Last year we noted that organizations were in the early stages of adopting Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) tools to measure followership and mentorship, as well as help leaders understand how teams and the company as a whole communicates.1 In 2019 we will see organizations transforming through the use of ONA, revealing the informal linkages that show how work actually gets done.

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