One way or another problem employees affect everyone. Somehow they continue to slip through the cracks and the government has fallen into this very web. But rest assured, bad governmental employees can be fired and, in some cases, should be. Stewart Liff argues we should even do it more often. Liff, President and CEO ofRead… Read more »
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Remember the good ol’ days when we all received report cards in school? We may not have appreciated them at the time, but as adults, we may be able to see the value they gave us in framing problems we were facing or areas where we needed to work a bit more. Today, government isRead… Read more »
Check out this new article in Federal Computer Week on government “turkey farms,” in which I was extensively quoted: http://fcw.com/Articles/2013/01/14/turkey-farms.aspx?Page=1 What do you think?
Below is an article I wrote for ASTD on the above topic: Virtually everyone seems to agree that great organizations generally have high morale. After all, when morale is high, the employees tend to have more energy and greater focus on achieving the organization’s goals. Conversely, when morale is low, employees seem to have lessRead… Read more »
Friends: I thought you might be interested in my latest article on visual management: Visual Management is a system of management that uses all of your available space to send a consistent, whole-brained message which focuses on accomplishing your mission and achieving your goals. At the same time, it will help you engage and motivateRead… Read more »
Honored that our book, Seeing is Believing, was favorably mentioned in the book Millenial Momentum by Morley Winograd and Mchael Hais, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0813551501/?tag=googhydr-20&hvadid=8061054327&ref=pd_sl_1k1qyh699a_e … Also, in the new book about the BYU Football program entitled, Running into the Wind: Bronco Mendenhall – 5 Strategies for Building a Successful Team, by Paul Gustavson and Alyson Von Feldt,Read… Read more »