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The leader’s ultimate guide to keeping employees engaged so they don’t quit

By Gwen Moran     May 28, 2022 Call it the Great Resignation, Great Reshuffle, Great Realization, or any of the other names that have been coined, the message is the same: Employees have been leaving their jobs in record rates. Attracting and retaining the talent needed for businesses to run is the No. 1 … Continue reading The leader’s ultimate guide to keeping employees engaged so they don’t quit

Don’t quit yet: This is how to make your current job fit your needs

By Scott Dust   February 09, 2022   On the heels of the “Great Resignation“—a term applied to describe the pandemic-induced spike in the quit rate—is the “Great Reshuffle.” This new phase recognizes that people aren’t just leaving the labor market, they’re finding new jobs that better fit their lifestyle. While there is nothing wrong … Continue reading Don’t quit yet: This is how to make your current job fit your needs

Stick it Out or Get Out: 3 Reasons to Keep Pushing and 3 Reasons to Quit

Elaine Luzietti December 17, 2021 Heavyweight champion Joe Louis said it best, “You have to be tough and stick it out, or you wind up being nothing.” Even if you’re not literally fighting your way to greatness, you can be sure that you’ll have to push past a few punches to achieve anything worth pursuing. … Continue reading Stick it Out or Get Out: 3 Reasons to Keep Pushing and 3 Reasons to Quit

Abandoning Scrum: Can a Scrum Team Decide to Quit Scrum?

Stefan Wolpers July 28, 2021 TL; DR: Abandoning Scrum Can a Scrum team simply decide to abandon Scrum? After all, the Scrum team self-managing, according to the Scrum manual, also known as the Scrum Guide. So, let’s explore this question at the very heart of team autonomy. Abandoning Scrum According to the Scrum Guide There … Continue reading Abandoning Scrum: Can a Scrum Team Decide to Quit Scrum?

Group Intelligence Requires Awkwardness. Let’s Quit Trying to Manage It Away

Ed Muzio June 23, 2020 A friend reports her small local grocery with one entrance and three aisles has implemented one-way aisles in response to COVID-19, presumably to improve traffic flow. Now I haven’t seen schematics, but a basic understanding of odd numbers tells me that unless one aisle is twice as wide as the … Continue reading Group Intelligence Requires Awkwardness. Let’s Quit Trying to Manage It Away