10 Ways to Disrupt Your Career

Seen on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations I came across this article over at FastCompany on why more businesses should consider ditching their core competency model and proactively reinvent their purpose. From a career development viewpoint, (Great piece on ‘disrupting yourself’. See on http://www.linkedin.com Photocredit:  lajoiedespetiteschose Related articles Death To Core Competency: Lessons From Nike, Apple, Netflix 23actions.com – Management Future – Death To Core Competency: Lessons From Nike, Apple, Netflix Start Mapping Your Career With LinkedIn Alumni Wichita City Council OKs bailout of career development office 5 Powerful Career Drivers for The Future of Work Younger Workers Need … Continue reading 10 Ways to Disrupt Your Career

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Employee Engagement? Let Them Know You CARE

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations   It all starts with CARE. Communicate, Appreciate, Respect, Encourage. This is for everyone. Not just CEO’s and management. All employees. Communicate. Don’t hesitate. Reach out your hand. In… (Employee Engagement? See on switchandshift.com My point of view: not only care but also cure and curate Photocredit: candice-lesage-austen Related articles Report: The Five I’s of Employee Engagement Who are the UK’s 2012 Customer Experience Leaders and What Can We Learn From Them? The Risks of Not Investing in Collaboration What does it take for ’employee engagement’ to show up? (Part VI) The … Continue reading Employee Engagement? Let Them Know You CARE

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Why Employee Engagement? (These 28 Research Studies Prove the Benefits) – Forbes

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations “Why employee engagement?” is a question I’m frequently asked. “Isn’t that just soft stuff? What’s the point in making employees happy? See on http://www.forbes.com My point of view: only Taylor-die-hards have other beliefs. Photocredit: Paris Chéri (by Related articles Report: The Five I’s of Employee Engagement The Risks of Not Investing in Collaboration Who are the UK’s 2012 Customer Experience Leaders and What Can We Learn From Them? What Does it Take to Generate ‘Employee Engagement’? (Part IV) Employee engagement down, temp jobs up. Any connection? The Game of Employee Engagement Includes … Continue reading Why Employee Engagement? (These 28 Research Studies Prove the Benefits) – Forbes

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Recommended NYT read: How 5 Older Workers Saw a Chance to Remake Their Careers (not limited to babyboomers)

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Many people aged 55 to 64, who had been dreaming of easy retirement, have had to remake their lives to find work during the recession and its aftermath. See on http://www.nytimes.com My point of view: excellent Sunday read and thought Photocredit: ktakako25 Related articles The Top Five Career Regrets Harvard Business: How Companies Must Adapt for an Aging Workforce Drucker’s Knowledge Worker in the Age of Social Media: Announcing Enhanced LinkedIn Integration Boomers Are Breaking the Deal The Costs and Benefits of Raising the Retirement Age The People Part of Organizations – … Continue reading Recommended NYT read: How 5 Older Workers Saw a Chance to Remake Their Careers (not limited to babyboomers)

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‘Kill the Company’: Identify Your Weaknesses Before Your Competitors Do – Knowledge@Wharton

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Knowledge@Wharton ‘Kill the Company’: Identify Your Weaknesses Before Your Competitors Do Knowledge@Wharton Lisa Bodell: Kill the Company is about having an out-of-company experience. Fred Zimny‘s insight: Recommended read See on knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu Related articles ‘Kill the Company’: Identify Your Weaknesses Before Your Competitors Do Identify Your Weaknesses Before Your Competitors Do Adjusting to the ‘New Normal’: The Consequences of Long-term High Unemployment – Knowledge@Wharton With Digital Technology, Worldreader Brings Knowledge to Africa’s Neediest Children Virtual workforce management to become HR priority Deloitte | Millennial Innovation survey   Continue reading ‘Kill the Company’: Identify Your Weaknesses Before Your Competitors Do – Knowledge@Wharton

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