The final second ticks off the clock and the stadium roars with applause; the confetti streams down as a champion is crowned. This is the joy that players are playing for, the excitement fans are cheering for, and the success executives and owners are expecting. That said, what about the administration and staff that provide support away from the limelight? How are they being positioned to succeed in their roles and deliver these championship efforts day in and day out? Sports organizations, like other businesses, are facing critical human capital issues related to the future of work, the rise of the social enterprise, and the workforce’s increasing expectation for an irresistible employee experience. To excel in this disruptive environment and be well positioned to adapt in an ever-changing industry, sports organizations must reevaluate their priorities and adopt a holistic approach to managing human capital and driving performance.
Posted by Janet Clarey on June 6, 2018.
Cerner, a healthcare IT company headquartered in North Kansas City, Missouri, incorporates innovation into the very fabric of its employee experience by merging the power of infrastructure with a philosophy of total employee happiness.
Posted by Jeff Mike on February 7, 2018.
Our research has confirmed that designing the organization of the future is a top challenge for business executives around the world.1 The dynamic nature of an increasingly digital economy and the expectations of data-empowered customers require businesses to operate with an unprecedented combination of precision and agility. As a result, many organizations are moving from “stick-and-box” thinking about organization structure to agile networks of multifunctional teams.
Posted by Jeff Mike on January 17, 2018.
More than a clever turn of phrase, “treat your employees like you do your best customers” signals HR’s shift from managing processes to empowering employees and creating engaging environments in which they can thrive. And thanks to low unemployment rates and a strong economy, employees are now firmly in charge.