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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Apr 25, 2017
Your company’s culture is indispensable in informing the right way to govern data, a point we hope to drive home in this white paper. When you review the mistakes that otherwise earnest companies have made in their quests to apply rigor to their data, you’ll see why our mantra is: There is no template for data governance. And hopefully, you’ll realize what you need to do now.
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Published By: Q Center     Published Date: Dec 30, 2013
Learn how innovative companies are creating ways to build company culture while seeing tangible benefits.
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q center, corporate culture, company culture, conference center, employee retention
    
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Published By: Adecco     Published Date: Oct 05, 2017
Use our Salary Guide to adapt as fast as the talent you’re after. Your company will only go as far as your creative and marketing minds take it. They build your unique brand and convince consumers to buy your products and services. But to acquire the best of them, you have to do some convincing of your own—and it starts with salaries. Even with the justified chatter about career paths, culture and work-life balance, salary is still the one. In fact, two thirds of respondents to the recent Workforce 2020 study conducted by Oxford Economics and SAP SE, agree—they all said money matters most. Our Creative & Marketing Salary Guide is the single most important hiring and retention tool for your company. It’ll help you confidently discuss and offer convincing salaries that help you land new talent and keep old talent.
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Published By: NAVEX Global     Published Date: Dec 22, 2017
Assessment is part of your compliance programme’s necessary life cycle for improvement. We work in an ever-evolving landscape of risk that requires compliance professionals to identify the gaps their programmes have today, and may have tomorrow. Your programme effectiveness as a whole is based on the effectiveness of each one of its parts. So, ensure your assessment is broad as well as in-depth. Programme assessment is not a tick-the-box exercise. It is just as important as creating a company culture and mitigating risk. Remember, if your assessment is thorough and effective, you will have identified weaknesses in your programme and vulnerabilities for risk. Don’t be discouraged by your work to highlight these areas for improvement. Your programme and your organisation will be better for it once you make the necessary adjustments for a robust and effective ethics and compliance programme.
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compliance programme, compliance, programme assessment, definitive guide, improving compliance, ethics and compliance, programme awareness, anti-bribery awareness
    
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Published By: Globoforce     Published Date: Sep 29, 2011
What if you could increase your employee engagement scores by double digits - in just 12 months? You can get the keys to engage employees and transform your company culture with Globoforce.
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employee engagement, recognition, customer loyaly, incentive program, management software, rewards, performance management, staff appreciation
    
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Published By: Tyco Integrated Security     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
Analytics inform, but the gut is what executives rely upon most — even in tech, according to a new study conducted by the FORTUNE Knowledge Group and gyro. While conventional wisdom and the codes of the high-tech world would indicate that “hard” elements, such as cost, quality and efficiency, are more compelling to this audience, new research shows that the opposite is true. When asked to share their feelings about what really drives their purchase decisions, high-tech executives revealed that “soft” factors, including company culture, reputation and level of trust, were what they relied on most to help them make decisions.
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Tyco Integrated Security
Published By: Tyco Integrated Security     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
Analytics inform, but the gut is what executives rely upon most when making decisions, according to a new study conducted by the FORTUNE Knowledge Group and gyro. While conventional wisdom would indicate that “hard” elements, such as details around cost, quality and efficiency, are more compelling to decision-makers, this new research shows that the opposite is true. When asked to share their feelings about what really drives their purchase decisions, senior executives revealed that “soft” factors, including company culture, reputation and level of trust, were what they primarily relied on to help them make decisions.
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Tyco Integrated Security
Published By: Tyco Integrated Security     Published Date: Sep 10, 2015
Showing a softer side of manufacturing is winning over executives, according to a new study conducted by the FORTUNE Knowledge Group and gyro. While conventional wisdom and the standard manufacturing marketing approach would indicate that hard elements are more compelling, this new research suggests that the opposite is true: A significant majority of business leaders are moving to a more innate approach to decision-making, trusting their gut and relying on “soft” factors, such as company culture, reputation and level of trust, to help them make decisions.
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Tyco Integrated Security
Published By: Limeade     Published Date: Mar 25, 2015
It’s easy to get caught up in product functionality when evaluating an employee wellness and engagement solution. Learn five ways to uncover the advantages of a partner that can deliver value on your terms, not theirs, through a different kind of service delivery.
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employee engagement, engagement solution, engagement platform, talent management, employee performance, company culture, employee health, employee well-being
    
Limeade
Published By: Limeade     Published Date: Apr 22, 2015
Employee engagement is no longer a matter of physical health, job satisfaction or stress management. Simply put, to make sustained engagement a reality, employers need to address the whole employee — their health, well-being and performance.
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employee engagement, engagement solution, engagement platform, talent management, employee performance, company culture, employee health, employee well-being
    
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Published By: XpertHR     Published Date: Jun 13, 2018
It’s an employee job market these days. With the lowest unemployment rate in decades, HR professionals must be hyper-focused not just on attracting, but on retaining, top talent. The stakes are too high to risk losing key employees to competitors. Effective performance management and a strong culture are must haves to keep valuable talent from walking out the door. This whitepaper from XpertHR covers nine critical categories of best practices in retaining top talent. Download your copy today!
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employee retention, reduce turnover, talent management, performance management, talent acquisition, company culture, career development, employee communication
    
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Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Jun 29, 2017
Whilst the FSI sector races to implement cutting-edge technologies such as AI, blockchain and automation, there are no mutually agreed upon set of best practices to implement these technologies. As a result, organisations are using their own blend of strategic initiatives and company culture to drive innovation, with varying levels of success. To help, this article features advice from five of the leading experts in the FSI and technology sector today. Several of the most visible tactics to kick-start innovation in FSI organisations include launching innovation or incubation centres, launching hackathons, partnering with or acquiring start-ups, venture investment or simply trying to develop solutions in house. Whilst each of these approaches has potential, there is a risk that organisations fall into the trap of innovation theatre, in other words, failing to effectively integrate cutting edge technology into key business functions.
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Published By: Bluewater Learning     Published Date: Aug 29, 2018
The focus on employee engagement as a driver of better business results has gotten so much traction it’s spawned an entire category of solutions within the HCM universe. But if you’re a SumTotal client, you already own a tool that has incredible — but often-overlooked — potential for creating an environment in which engagement can not only flourish, but actually be sustained. It’s all about having content that strategically positions your company, is easy to find, and truly engages your employees to seek opportunities to make a difference and to grow professionally. To really shape your SumTotal LMS into the effective piece of technology you know it can be — to see it achieve the results you and your leadership team expect it to deliver — you need to be a content architect and have a great content strategy. Now you can learn the process Bluewater has developed through years of experience helping clients worldwide maximize their SumTotal LMS to drive higher engagement and better business results: • Mapping out a plan for engagement success • Understanding the negative effects when you don’t have a content strategy that makes strategic sense for your organization — on employees, leaders, LMS owners, and learning practitioners • Architecting content for engagement today — and for the road ahead • Building the framework for a rich content ecosystem where learners feel at home • Focusing on people, processes, and technology: an approach to content strategy that supports a culture of engagement It’s all about being ridiculously happy with your SumTotal LMS.
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Published By: KPMG     Published Date: Sep 17, 2018
The leadership of a new, marquee pharma manufacturer approached KPMG with a paradox: It was certainly marquee, but not new. As the highly publicized spin-off of a global health services conglomerate, the company began life with $18 billion in annual revenues, an established product pipeline and instant membership in the S&P 100. Reliant on the back-office functions of its parent, it needed to quickly acquire the back-office sinews of a truly stand-alone company: ERP systems and core processes for finance, operations and human resources. During an intensive three-year engagement, KPMG brought the vision of the company’s leaders to life, working towards a target operating model through the disciplined implementation of new systems, processes, training and staffing. The multidisciplinary approach eventually touched the lives of every one of the company’s 21,000 employees, in 170 countries. And as KPMG’s delivered tangible results, something intangible emerged – a new company culture, inde
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Published By: BetterUp     Published Date: Aug 14, 2018
"Company cultures that value and celebrate diverse perspectives not only support, engage and advance underrepresented groups, but also benefit by making better decisions and achieving broader innovation. We believe inclusion is a hallmark of strong leadership and should be a core skill for all leaders. Download our paper to learn: - Why most diversity and inclusion programs fall short on their promises - How to developing skills for inclusive workplace with BetterUp coaching - How BetterUp unlocks the potential of emerging leaders with career coaching to build leadership behaviors at scale"
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Published By: BetterUp     Published Date: Oct 29, 2018
"Workday has grown at a rapid pace since the company’s inception. Though this growth was indicative of the company’s success, it had an unintended side effect. Workday faced the same challenge experienced by nearly every high growth company: a tension between growth and culture. The company needed a way to bring all of its employees into its values system quickly, and ensure that people leaders were truly growing and leading in alignment with Workday’s culture. The company also needed a way to help people leaders newer to management learn and on-ramp quickly, in alignment with the speed of the business. One of the steps Workday took to protect and nurture its special culture was reaching out to BetterUp to try out its leadership coaching. In partnership with Workday, BetterUp introduced an initial pilot program focused on people managers, with the goal of helping Workday support and grow its people leaders in the future."
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