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What’s Required to Maximize Customer Experiences

Today, tremendous potential – and huge risk – exist when using data, analytics, and personalization technologies to build unique customer experiences. However, a huge amount of information is available from a wide array of sources. Many companies are not yet prepared to effectively create insight…

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Purpose: Taking a More Prominent Role in Business

Business leaders don’t often use “Purpose” to describe why an organization exists. Rather purpose has been more commonly used by non-profits and the military. However, purpose often resonates strongly with employees. Therefore, when business leaders effectively define and articulate the business’ purpose, employees understand the…

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“Just Do It” – From Slogan to Action Plan

“I know I have a project to complete but somehow, I can’t get started.” Sound familiar? Probably. For some procrastination seems to be a way of life. Dr. Joseph Ferrari is a professor of psychology at DePaul University in Chicago. He’s a leading international researcher…

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Human Resources Takes on a Greater Strategic Role

The role of Human Resources (HR) is expanding substantially to incorporate needs often overlooked, as well as new needs brought on by the change-driven global economy impacting businesses of all sizes and across all industries. Bersin by Deloitte recently released a significant research report, “Predictions…

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Corning: Defining, Developing and Dominating New Categories

Currently longtime companies/brands are trying to stay afloat long enough to create business models and innovations that enable them to remain viable businesses, or are simply shutting their doors – unable to change quickly enough to remain relevant in today’s change-driven world. Then there’s Corning….

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Employees and Employers Benefit from Flexible Transitions to Retirement

A recent Gallup study (1) found the statistic of more people expecting to retire after age 67 (31%) than actually do (13%) continues to hold as it has for several years. As well, the reality that considerably more people are retiring prior to age 62…

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Testing Throughout Development Helps Launch Quicker, Cheaper – and More Accurately

Today bringing new products and services to market quickly offers companies and brands a variety of benefits. And risks of maintaining a slow and deliberate approach increase. Several methods to speed time from concept to market are in practice. One that’s shown consistent success is…

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Effectively Re-entering the Workforce

Frequently people – primarily women – who left the workforce to care for family have experienced difficulty being hired when ready to return. This has been particularly true for those seeking to resume the types of responsible positions they left. Often these individuals have been…

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Nestlé’s Approach to a Successful Future: Food-Based Medicines

Hippocrates was quoted from the 4th century: “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” (1) It appears Nestlé – and other companies – intend to make this advice a 21st century reality. Nestlé is the largest food company in the world, and…

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“Interim CEO”: Frequently an Integral Element to a Successful Transition

Optimally, a CEO departure announcement includes naming the new CEO. This is often the case when the current CEO gives the board ample notice of retirement plans, or if the current CEO is being promoted or re-assigned within the parent company. And, if the CEO…

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