How Successful Startups Hire

Seen on http://www.youtube.com/embed/rpbcFTmCq7M Staffing a startup is an art. And while you’ll find dozens of different theories on right-fit hiring in the blogs, books and podcasts of seasoned HR reps and startup founders, there are two words you’re mostly like to find in all of them: culture and drive. “>http://www.youtube.com/embed/rpbcFTmCq7M My point of view: it will impact regular HR-practice too!   Photocredit: (via noseinabook) Related articles Could the next Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram ever debut at CES? 15 Tips for Job Seekers Who Want to Work for a Startup Hiring practices of the most successful startups If you don’t understand these 5 things, don’t…

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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 Game of…

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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 Enablement [Infographic]

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Heraulds of a possible transition: Slideshare midst November top decks (1/11 – 15/11)

1. McKinsey The consumer decision j… Customer are changing, buying power is shifting. Social Networks are replaces ads and promotion 2. Design thinking the book: downlo… HOW TO INNOVATE IN BUSINESS? Innovating is a hard task and generally frustrating, but it is essential to be unique in the market. Design Thinking deals with traditional business problems under multiple perspectives, helping to solve them in a more effective way, leading to new paths. This book presents stages, techniques and tools illustrated through genuinely Brazilian cases to inspire and help in the work towards innovation Go to http://livrodesignthinking.com.br/?language=ingles 3. KPMG’s rethinking human-re… A new study from KPMG…

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bcg.perspectives Lean Services: A Primer for Success by the Boston Consulting Group

See on Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Why have companies been so slow to apply lean principles and techniques to service processes such as finance, human resources, accounting, health care, and customer service? One reason is that the waste and inefficiency that can interfere with services are rarely obvious. See on http://www.bcgperspectives.com My point of view: to create real value for stakeholders implies designing lean services Photocredit:  cocokashi-co Related articles Customer Experience Matters Lean Sales and Marketing Infographic :: Lean Sales and Marketing thru Service Design Thinking – Link – Hashonomy Design Thinking – Business Innovation Moooi & Design & Thinking:…

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