Is beating the competition really all about creating a culture of e-learning? Indeed, how innovative and relevant your products and services are plays a massive role. But what factors matter most after you consider what a company itself has to offer? It turns out that cultivating a culture of e-learning makes a huge impact.
Last year, US training expenditures increased by almost 33%, reaching $93.6 billion. Such expansion reflects that businesses now realize how important investing in employee training and workforce development is.Read more >
Watch out human resources professionals! In the past, HR departments were necessary but nothing more. Nowadays they are not only gaining responsibility but are increasingly becoming an essential element for overall business success. Read more >
At first glance Account Planning and Design Thinking don’t seem to have much in common. In our work with clients we took a closer look at both concepts and realized that there is a remarkable resemblance between their core principles: research, collaboration, consumer-centricity, and validation & iteration.Read more >
Behavior change is very challenging, and—like climbing a mountain—requires a fair amount of physical and mental training. It almost always makes no difference if we have an intense desire for change.Read more >
When the topic of economic output comes up, economists are quick to formulate equations that point to capital and labor as the essential ingredients that every company needs. While no one argues that these two inputs are absolutely necessary, a constant battle has been waged over the years between academics and business leaders as to whether capital or labor is more important.Read more >