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Performance “Magic”: Multidisciplinary Tools and Guaranteed Results

Performance “Magic”: Multidisciplinary Tools and Guaranteed Results

Reading many “new manager,” leadership development, or university management program descriptions, you would think they were aimed at people who never actually held a job.

Developing a Competency-based Program for a Greenfield Oil and Gas Operation

Developing a Competency-based Program for a Greenfield Oil and Gas Operation

Developing a competent workforce entails identifying and defining the competencies required to perform one’s job, and training and assessing people according to standards and criteria associated with each competency.

Knowledge Worker: Recognition & Accountability: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Knowledge Worker: Recognition & Accountability: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Instructional designers and developers are prime examples of people who do what is called “knowledge work.” So are performance improvement professionals. In examining their performance, we are well-served by considering the nature of recognition–and its fit with accountability.

From Casual to Committed: How Alignment and Engagement Can Create Positive Accountability

From Casual to Committed: How Alignment and Engagement Can Create Positive Accountability

Organizations that achieve the promise of their business plan are able to create “positive accountability” – a powerful, healthy culture that results from goal alignment and workforce engagement