Businesses Are Getting Used to the Consistently Inconsistent Economy

There’s no light at the end of this tunnel, but at least we’re getting used to the dark. See on blogs.hbr.org Photocredi: Violet Kashi Related articles How to safeguard against customer experience inconsistencies in your call center. When a brand leads with values, customers value you more Leadership In The Three-Speed Economy – Forbes Missing the Bigger Picture in the Reinhart & Rogoff Debate The Flat World Debate Revisited Re-Thinking Progress: The Circular Re-Generative Economy VIDEO  

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Deloitte’s Surveying the talent paradox from an employee perspective

The economic turbulence of the past few years has created a talent paradox: amid stubbornly high unemployment, employers still face challenges filling technical and skilled jobs. Employers now need to adjust their talent management initiatives to focus on retaining employees with critical skills who are at a high risk of departure and the capable leaders who can advance their companies amidst continuing global economic turbulence. To help employers gain a better understanding of the latest employee attitudes and emerging talent trends, Deloitte Consulting LLP teamed with Forbes Insights to survey 560 employees across virtually every major industry and global region. Based on the results and Deloitte’s…

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Structure follow strategy but the market is the common ….Oxford economics paper Global talent 2021

Whether you are the customer, the enterpreneur, the employer or the employee this papers sheds some light and insights Photocredit: mountain wildflower by ~hypertech on deviantART Related articles Customer-Centricity is Dead! What’s Next? Why The American Jobs Market Is In Such Horrible Shape U.S. Structural Unemployment – the Trillion $ Question The 5 Steps of Developing a Social Business An Employee Retention Strategy Designed to Increase Tenure and Profitability in the Fast Food Industry Employee Value Proposition and Employer Branding

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Watching and listening: Race Against the Machine: A Conversation with Andrew McAfee (no typo)

Digital technologies are rapidly encroaching on skills that used to belong to humans alone. This phenomenon is broad and deep and has profound economic implications. Many of these implications are positive; digital innovation increases productivity, reduces prices, and grows the overall economic pie. But digital innovation has also changed how the economic pie is distributed, and here the news is not good for the median worker. As technology races ahead, it can leave many people behind. Workers whose skills have been mastered by computers have less to offer the job market and see their wages and prospects shrink. Entrepreneurial business models, new…

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Public services by design

Found at Public services by design | Public | Public. Two years ago Michael Bichard, chair of the Design Council and former civil service mandarin, waxed lyrical about how design could drive innovation and sustainability in public services. To be continued at http://www.guardianpublic.co.uk/pubic-services-design-frontline-innovation Photocredit:  Rick Elkins Related articles by Zemanta Nick Marsh: A review of the Design Council | Policies | BIS (bis.gov.uk) Nick Marsh: Methods for financing social innovation #3 – Social Impact Bonds ” Sidekick Studios: A social innovation company (sidekickstudios.net)

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