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  • HR Steps into the Spotlight

    HR Steps into the Spotlight

    Back in 2005, Fast Company published an article titled, “Why We Hate HR,” in which the authors argued that the Human Resources department had the greatest potential to drive business performance, but was the one that “most consistently under-delivers.”  What a difference a decade makes.

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  • Your Best Digital Workers Are Probably Job Hunting

    Your Best Digital Workers Are Probably Job Hunting

    If you want loyalty, get a dog. Odds are you aren't going to get it from your digital media professionals. A new survey from Chicago-based Centro, a media management software company, found 44 percent of employees in the digital media and advertising industry are ready to leave their jobs

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  • EveryoneSocial Co-Founder Returns to Firm as CEO

    The co-founder of employee engagement platform EveryoneSocial is coming back to the company he helped create. Cameron Brain will assume the role of CEO, the company announced today, with current CEO and fellow cofounder Eric Roach switching his role to chairman of the board.

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  • Get On the Right Track with Siloed Systems

    Get On the Right Track with Siloed Systems

    A lot of companies believe that integrating as many systems as possible is important.

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  • Customer Centricity Leads to Purposeful Work

    So much work today lacks purpose or meaning. By focusing on customer and employee tasks we can link what we do with things that really matter. Traditional old model organizations measure and manage inputs. They measure their employees based on what they produce and the time they spend at work.

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  • How to Create a Great Workplace and Retain Top Talent

    How to Create a Great Workplace and Retain Top Talent

    The topic of businesses creating workplaces where employees actually want to work is a topic almost as hot as tech unicorns. Indeed, perhaps there is a bubble in leadership, too … at least in the publishing business, where books are flying off the presses promising cures to workforce malaise.

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  • In the Eye of the Beholder's Boss

    In the Eye of the Beholder's Boss

    The topic of this article might elicit a couple of negative responses. One is doubt. Can workplace artwork really do all that? The other negative response is unsettling. Can art really let bosses do all that? By “that” I mean improve employee satisfaction and performance.

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  • 3 Steps to Customer Centricity

    3 Steps to Customer Centricity

    Customer centricity has become the vegetables of marketing. Everyone knows they should be doing more of it, and they say so, but they just aren't getting their proper daily dose.

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  • Mind Your Manners on Social Networks

    Mind Your Manners on Social Networks

    So you want to incorporate enterprise social software into company operations.

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  • Want to Be Customer-Centric? Engage Your Employees

    Want to Be Customer-Centric? Engage Your Employees

    Organizations that want to deliver a great customer experience won’t succeed without an engaged workforce.  Temkin Group research shows that companies with an above average customer experience for their industry enjoy 1.5 times more moderately and highly engaged employees than companies that fall below their industry average.

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  • Marketers Now Can Measure ... Their Stress

    Marketers Now Can Measure ... Their Stress

    Marketers are in big trouble. And it's not because they failed statistics in college and are faking it when it comes to analytics. While that may be the case, apparently, the real red-alarm issue is overwork and stress. They're reaching dangerous levels, according to a new survey.

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  • Working in B2B Marketing is Boring

    Working in B2B Marketing is Boring

    … and other content marketing myths worth dispelling This past June, I had the pleasure of being invited to join a CXM tweet jam organized by the fine folks in this publication’s editorial department. The topic seemed benign enough.

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  • Is the Internet Hurting Productivity?

    You’d think that the massive growth of the Internet would bring with it a massive growth in productivity. But the opposite is happening.

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  • What If Your Boss Could See Everything on Your Phone?

    What If Your Boss Could See Everything on Your Phone?

    Let’s just call him Harold because he asked us not to use his real name. He’s a sales rep at an insurance firm who cruises apps like Tinder and Match.com between customer visits.

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