The last time we spoke, we mentioned the 5 agents of change that can help you enable a super flexiblible workplace. Once you have steadily introduced changes to your workplace culture with the help of these agents of change, you need to check off 10 telltale signs that confirm your Organization Culture is adaptive and employee-first as defined by our research framework...
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“Having a great sales team is a much stronger (and far lasting) competitive advantage than having a great product.” That's Neil Rackham, a pioneer in “consultative selling” and author of SPIN selling, in a London conference. He went on to explain why good, innovative products fail to take off.
Our Content Specialist told me not to start most of my write-ups with Dilbert so I left Dilbert out of Dilbert. While I won on a meta technicality with this one, a lot of organizations might not when it comes to their recognition charters. Their technicalities are archaic rewards and recognition platforms, mandates for managers and departments, and gatherings that lose their meaning.
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