Category Archives: Corporate Productivity

4 Ways To Manage Diversity In An Exponential Organization

Paul Keijzer — June 27, 2018 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — June 27, 2018 The business world isn’t that big anymore. Sure it’s enormous in terms of volume of sales, market value, business valuation and even global reach. However, when it comes to communication and access to global talent, the business world has significantly shrunk in the … Continue reading 4 Ways To Manage Diversity In An Exponential Organization

How the C-suite benefits from a strategic marketing operations function

Need ammunition to win budget and staffing for a strategic marketing operations team? Contributor Debbie Qaqish offers a long list of benefits. Debbie Qaqish on April 17, 2018     As the marketing operations (MO) function continues to mature and extend influence into every part of the organization, it is time to review how key … Continue reading How the C-suite benefits from a strategic marketing operations function

Succession Planning: The 2 Most Important Elements For Success

Darleen DeRosa — March 26, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — March 26, 2018 Having a pipeline of high-potential employees who can step up to different leadership positions in your company will have a significant impact on the long-term success of your business. For example, as noted in research by CEB/Gartner, “only 1 in 7 high performers … Continue reading Succession Planning: The 2 Most Important Elements For Success

Choosing the Right Organizational Development Consultant: 7 Tips 

Rick Lepsinger — January 18, 2018 Follow @onpoint_llc — January 18, 2018   As businesses grow, changes may need to be made to accommodate new departments, geographically diverse teams, and teams that combine different business functions to be more adaptable. Organizational development consultants can help businesses improve their change management, leadership development programs, and overall … Continue reading Choosing the Right Organizational Development Consultant: 7 Tips 

Preparing for Change: 2018 Organizational Development Trends

Darleen DeRosa — November 17, 2017 Follow @onpoint_llc — November 17, 2017 Stock photo To stay ahead of the curve, Leadership and Organizational Development managers need to stay on top of the major trends that could affect their priorities—anticipating any changes and their impact so they can help the organization respond and ensure leaders are … Continue reading Preparing for Change: 2018 Organizational Development Trends

Organizational Artifacts And The Reshaping Of History

Chris Cancialosi — November 13, 2017 Follow @gothamCulture — November 13, 2017 PublicDomainPictures / Pixabay As Winston Churchill once proclaimed, “History is written by the victors.” While this sentiment may hold a bit less weight in today’s society where even the “losers” can shape the collective narrative with the help of things like the internet, … Continue reading Organizational Artifacts And The Reshaping Of History

It’s Hard to Keep an Entire Company Aligned. A Shared Futureview Could Be the Answer

Daniel Burrus — September 3, 2017 Follow @DanielBurrus — September 3, 2017 In speaking to audiences, I often point out my surprise at how little time we spend in business really thinking about the future. It’s easy to do when there are numerous tasks at hand. But, since it’s where we’re all going to be … Continue reading It’s Hard to Keep an Entire Company Aligned. A Shared Futureview Could Be the Answer

The FUEL that Propels Today’s Organizations

Julie Winkle Giulioni — June 17, 2017 Follow @julie_wg— June 17, 2017 Organizations today face unparalleled pressures and challenges—from balancing the needs of customers and shareholders to combating new and evolving competitive forces to anticipating and planning for an uncertain future by ensuring a never-ending flow of innovations and improvements. It’s an exhausting 24/7 effort … Continue reading The FUEL that Propels Today’s Organizations