"With their heavy emphasis on financial rewards and punishments and their end-of-year structure, they hold people accountable for past behavior at the expense of improving current performance and grooming talent for the future" http://bit.ly/2d6wo2e
Big companies should keep their eyes on start-ups, and not only because of the disruptive innovations they unleash. It also pays to learn from how they work. For example, at GE our new-product development efforts got a fresh infusion of energy this year from the lean start-up methods that serial tech entrepreneur Eric Ries advocates. […]
Having committed employees who will do their absolute best to provide a positive and safe experience for your patients is essential. And recognizing those efforts goes a long way towards the engagement of those employees: http://bit.ly/2cWjUWY
Company culture plays a large role in attracting new talent and retaining your employees. Here are some key elements of a great company culture.
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