Even when analysis is complete and the path forward seems clear, decision-making can be a challenge. The key is to avoid psychological traps along the way.
Managers are shifting away from annual reviews, eliminating employee rankings, focusing on improving the collection and use of data, and incorporating talent and performance management into the executive suite of decision-making.
Defining company culture is hard enough—let alone changing it. But if you’re in a leadership position, you have a role.
For Dr. Mike Gunderson, teaching in the MS-MBA program is a privilege that teaches him as much as the students.
Listen in as Craig Newman talks about why he's a believer in professional development.
Investing in development opportunities for board members in the business disciplines could be a critical differentiator for cooperatives that lead the transformation of the agricultural industry.
Each company is different, of course. But in every case, understanding the strategy of a customer company and the beliefs, goals and needs of the people in it, is at the heart of managing key customer accounts. That's where the process of discovery can have exceptional payoffs.
Associate Professor Michael Gunderson parallels his grandfather's version of talent management with the industry demands of today and delves into why managing people properly is vital to organizational success.