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In Part 1 of our Transforming Performance series, we cover the first three principles of our Performance Transformation Process (PTP). Here in Part 2, we describe building capacity (which is the fourth principle). Then, we cover monitoring performance, improving over time, and managing change in Part 3 of the series.

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In this paper, we dive deeply into one such HR strategy that (on its face) is not new. Creating a partnership with colleges and universities has long been understood as a strong option for employers who want to fully or partially outsource their professional development mandates. However, what is not well understood is the frequency with which employers use higher education as a workplace benefit with the explicit purpose to attract and retain top talent. And what’s even lesser known is the impact of offering higher education as such a benefit.


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My colleague Dr. Trent Kaufman of Ed Direction will be hosting a Facebook Live discussion tomorrow (Friday) about education leadership. Come join the discussion!

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In Part 1, we cover the first three principles of our Performance Transformation Process (PTP). In Part 2, we describe building capacity (which is the fourth principle). In this paper, we cover monitoring performance, improving over time, and managing change.


http://buff.ly/2pjnn9L
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"I loved the internship because I got the private equity experience that I wanted and was passionate about, but it led to a new space. Being here has helped me learn how to leverage the skills I have and to improve on them. The two biggest draws to me about Cicero were first, the culture. From the first interview I had, I realized that Cicero was different and I wanted to be a part of that. Second, the focus on data. I have always wanted to become more analytical and make data-driven decisions, and so I’m excited that Cicero is helping me reach that goal."

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Imagine you are a high school ELA teacher and you are the only one who teaches 9th and 10th grade ELA in your school. You know that research emphasizes collaboration as an integral part of effective teaching, but how do you do this without teaching anything in common with your colleagues?
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Business and data analytics are beginning to play a profound role in social impact efforts, including surrounding the issue of homelessness.

This article is the first in a series exploring data’s pivotal role in current national and local efforts to help the homeless.
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We are excited to be in our new space--a big thank you to all who came to help us celebrate!
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We are excited to announce the completion of the new Cicero Headquarters, located at 35 North Rio Grande Street in Salt Lake City, UT.

See Cicero’s new state-of-the-art office space at the heart of the resurgent Gateway Mall on Thursday, March 23, 2017:

Hors d’ouevres served from 4:30 to 6:30 PM

Brief remarks at 5:00 PM:
--Utah Governor Gary Herbert (starting at 5pm)
--Zion’s Bank CEO Scott Anderson
--Cicero Group CEO Dr. Trent Kaufman

Stay after and enjoy March Madness with our new technology.

Learn more and RSVP here: http://buff.ly/2o0KDrz
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In 2001, Randy Shumway founded Cicero Group on the belief that business consulting could be accomplished better. By concentrating on data to craft evidence-based strategies, and then on effective implementation of those strategies, Cicero would ensure organizations experienced the maximum benefit of recommendations.

Cicero has grown over 30% annually since its inception and prides itself on driving transformative value for Fortune 2000 companies all over the world.

We are excited to congratulate our founder in this well-deserved, hard-earned award: CEO of the Year.
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