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Most companies depend on the conveniences of technology to help increase productivity, communicate and stay ahead of industry trends. But, being a truly successful organization in the digital era means more than just having top of the line laptops, smart phones and the fastest internet speeds. Read today's blog to see what tools your team is missing to be truly successful. http://bit.ly/1huDMCJ
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As your organization grows from small to medium, or medium to large, one of the first things to suffer is internal communication. Read our latest blog on how to help your big team communicate like a small one: http://bit.ly/1j99O8q

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How Employee Suggestion Programs Can Improve The Manufacturing Industry

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How Employee Suggestion Programs are Critical to Internal Communications

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Today's #HBRogue  on Twitter at 1pmET is on "High Potentials." The post and questions are from +Jake Willis 

A “high-potential employee” is an employee who has been identified as having the potential, ability, and aspiration for successive leadership positions within the company. Often, these employees are provided with focused development as part of a succession plan and are referred to as “HiPos.”
Some reports claim that as much as 55% of the people in a High Potential training class drop out.  Why?  “Many companies are unable to distinguish their high-potential employees from their high-performance ones. And it’s usually the high-performance employees, not the high-potential, who are promoted to manager. High-performance employees are the ones who perform their job very efficiency, are reliable and require little supervision. As a result, they get promoted to store manager and many fail miserably, leaving the people who promoted them scratching their heads wondering what went wrong. The real damage is done when the high-performance employee is promoted to manager, is uncomfortable and struggles in their new role, resulting in high levels of stress and anxiety, causing them to quit. You just lost a great employee who felt like a fish out of water because they were unfairly cast into a role they were completely unprepared for. Being a great high-performance employee does not guarantee that they will become a great manager.” http://www.npnweb.com/ME2/dirmod.asp?sid=901D2CC3506F4C1187DF5BE4A8A2C0FF&nm=&type=MultiPublishing&mod=PublishingTitles&mid=8F3A7027421841978F18BE895F87F791&tier=4&id=03D67BB90696489186E7FD0E9B5E9373


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#HBRogue Q1: What are the differences between HiPos and HiPrs?
#HBRogue Q2: How do we identify HiPos?
#HBRogue Q3: What are the traits of a HiPo?
#HBRogue Q4: Which is more valuable to the organization? Why?
#HBRogue Q5: What tools do you use to evaluate HiPos?
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http://info.profilesinternational.com/profiles-employee-assessment-blog/bid/207318/Confusing-High-Potential-for-High-Performance

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15 Employee Engagement Program Tips You've Got to See

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How to Start a Culture of Continuous Improvement

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How to Onboard and Market Your Innovation Program

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The Managers' Guide to Best Practices in Employee Engagement http://ow.ly/Cd77R
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Today's #HBRogue  at 1pmEDT is on "Analysis Paralysis." The post below was created by +Jake Willis . Join us on Twitter!

“Are you guilty of dwelling on a problem much longer than you should? Many people get caught up in overthinking problems from time to time, but some people make a habit of it. 
“Some people who overthink tend to get stuck in analysis mode, by over-analyzing every nook and cranny of a situation repeatedly, and in a circular pattern (around and back again to the first). That situation - the state when a thinker is “stuck” in analysis - is sometimes called analysis paralysis.”  http://homeworktips.about.com/od/mindandbody/a/Overthinking.htm

 
I cannot stand analysis paralysis.  Exploring every bit of minutia on every decision brings a company to a grinding halt.  I am a fan of Tom Peters’ (one of the famed author of In Search of Excellence) Ready, Fire! Aim (http://excellencenow.com).  It makes so much sense to me come up with a plan, execute the plan, and then focusing on what is important.  “Planning is OVER-rated. Whoever Tries the Most Stuff WINS!” Tom Peters. 
Join #HBRogue and discuss Analysis Paralysis Thursday, October 2nd at 1pmET.

#HBRogue Q1: What causes analysis paralysis?
#HBRogue Q2: Besides programmers who are more susceptible to analysis paralysis and why?
#HBRogue Q3: How do you determine when there is enough data?
#HBRogue Q4: How do you overcome analysis paralysis?
#HBRogue Q5: What tools do you use in decision making?
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