Laura Patterson — January 16, 2020 https://media.blubrry.com/whats_your_edge/content.blubrry.com/whats_your_edge/long_and_short_game_podcast.mp3 Marketing performance excellence takes building skills to succeed at both the long and short game. Marketing Performance Excellence Takes Proficiency at Both the Long and Short Game Golf. Not my game but I’ve learned a lot about it over the past 30 years. I’ve been exposed to the … Continue reading Are You Good at the Long and Short Game for Performance Excellence?
Michael Kelly — January 13, 2020 Recent research from the World Economic Forum has found that one of the greatest impediments to scaling a fast-growth company is talent management. In their study of nearly 200 hypergrowth companies the Forum found that 55% of these companies were struggling with talent challenges. Part of the challenge for … Continue reading Fast Growing Businesses Have Unique Performance Management Training Needs
Micah Lally — January 5, 2020 It’s become pretty universally acknowledged that individuals have different personalities, preferences, and even work styles. In workplace settings, it’s important to be aware of these unique differences in order to provide a more efficient environment for teams, especially when it comes to productivity. Your business is only as productive … Continue reading 4 Performance Styles Guaranteed to Boost Workplace Productivity
Show Google that you’re a trusted entity with a focus on your expertise, authoritativeness and trustworthiness in the new year. Lily Ray on January 3, 2020 Contributor and SMX speaker, Lily Ray, wants to make sure you think about your backlink profile and telling search engines through the right structure data you’re a trusted … Continue reading Focus on E-A-T to avoid performance problems in 2020
Hassan Mansoor — December 30, 2019 Follow @Hassan_Mansoor1 geralt / Pixabay The world of enterprise is moving ever so fast. According to the report Performance Management’s Digital Shift by McKinsey & Company and MIT Sloan Management Review, steering your company to success nowadays takes less gut feeling and a more data-based approach. Naturally, such an … Continue reading What’s in the Future for Performance Management?
Mrinmoy Rabha — December 23, 2019 What is performance management? Performance management is a system that analyses employees’ performance and weed out the problems that they are facing. Michael Armstrong gave the most relevant definition of performance management in his book “Performance Management: Key Strategies and Practical Guidelines.” It states- “Performance management is a systematic … Continue reading Performance Management: How to Get It Right
Performance Channels Gain New Commitments From Advertisers, Publishers As Automation Ramps Up by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, December 4, 2019 Pepperjam, a performance marketing and affiliate tech platform, ran its Black Friday shopping data, which shows the average order value (AOV) grew 16% year-over-year (YoY) in 2019, compared with 2018 for same-store advertisers. Data released Thursday … Continue reading Performance Channels Gain New Commitments From Advertisers, Publishers As Automation Ramps Up
Dave Brock — December 4, 2019 Follow @davidabrock I’m an unabashed fan of Shane Parrish and the Farnam Street Blog. I study everything they publish, listen to every podcast, read every article and book they reference. It is the single smartest site I have ever found, I encourage everyone to visit and learn on a … Continue reading How Performance Reviews Can Kill Organizational Culture
Gaurav Sharma — November 21, 2019 Follow @Gaurav_Sharma11 Social media platforms are one of the best places for businesses to connect with consumers. Marketers and businesses are realizing this opportunity and flocking to social networks. Many are not making social media marketing a priority. However, without any data or analytics to fuel your strategy, you’ll … Continue reading How Analytics Can Impact Your Social Media Performance
Darleen DeRosa — November 15, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc Working remotely, or telecommuting, has rapidly become a common feature of today’s interconnected workplace. According to Gallup data, the percentage of Americans who spend at least some of the time working remotely has been rising steadily over recent years. For organizations and leaders looking to get the … Continue reading 5 Tips for Managing Telecommuters and Maximizing Virtual Team Performance