3 Great Articles To Read For Business Transformation
Hello!- My sincerest apologies for very sporadic posts. Been making all sorts of changes within SimStudios (all for the very good) and updated the web site.
So, in the meantime, I've decided to post 3 articles that I think are very worth the reading. As you know, I chew through tons of articles each week. I usually post ones I like on twitter (twitter account here). For easy consumption, I'm posting 3 recent articles that I particularly like. Here you go….
Train Your Brain To Focus. It'll Make You a Better Leader
Inc Magazine Article by Theodore Kinni @TedKinni
You've probably seen the famous experiment that Harvard University psychologists Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simons conducted in 1999. They filmed two teams of students--one in white t-shirts; one in black t-shirts--weaving around and through each other. Each team was passing a basketball back and forth. Then the psychologists showed the film to a group of subjects, who were asked to count the number of passes by the white-shirted team. Simple, right?
Read The Rest of the Article Here: https://www.inc.com/theodore-kinni/train-your-brain-to-focus-itll-make-you-a-better-leader.html
When Talent Is Important: Five Next Practices
Forbes Article by Edward Lawler
How many times have you heard CEOs and HR executives say that talent is their organization’s most important asset? I have heard it many times, and I usually follow up by asking how that translates into the way they manage people. All too often that question is answered poorly or not at all.
Read The Rest of the Article Here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/edwardlawler/2017/05/08/when-talent-is-important-five-next-practices/#15b7fd954b94
3 Ways To Keep Workplace Loyalty From Becoming ExtinctForbes Article by: Atle Erlingsson
In our parent’s generation, employees were lifers and the loyalty between workers and companies was often unbreakable; a life-long relationship that spanned decades. Today, loyalty in the workplace is bordering on extinction. Millennials want options, companies are battling for talent, and some workers are changing jobs more often than they upgrade their cellphones, averaging 12 job changes during their careers.
Read The Rest Of the Article Here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/sap/2017/05/07/3-ways-to-keep-workplace-loyalty-from-becoming-extinct/#5b2a05886934
These were all published in the last week or two. These are also the three articles that have received the most interest on Twitter.
Enjoy and I plan on publishing more very soon.