The World Has Changed,Corporations Have Not.


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The World Has Changed, Corporations Have Not. Mike Robertson (cropped) - https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Workforce: 1850-1957 Production economy Dominantly Manual Labor Examples: manufacturing, construction, farming, etc.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Workforce: 1957-Today Shift to knowledge based economy Spawned by technology Examples: lawyers, engineers, programmers, etc.


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Old Ways to Maximize Human Output John Lloyd (no changes- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Longer.


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Longer. Practices do not change, workers just do what they do for longer periods for the same pay.


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Longer. Practices do not change, workers just do what they do for longer periods for the same pay. More time in = More work out


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Smarter.


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Smarter. There are only so many hours in the day so to be more efficient, the production line and mechanization was invented.


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Smarter. There are only so many hours in the day so to be more efficient, the production line and mechanization was invented. More efficient assembly = More work out


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Cheaper.


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Cheaper. Outsourcing - Move the job to a place where you can pay people less.


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Old Ways to Maximize Work Work Cheaper. Outsourcing - Move the job to a place where you can pay people less. Cheaper labor = More work out for less


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New Ways To Maximize Human Output Drew Stephens (no changes)- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Longer.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Longer. Americans are now working an average of 46 hours per week and can be accessed at any time regardless of work hours.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Longer. Americans are now working an average of 46 hours per week and can be accessed at any time regardless of work hours. ‘Always on’ accessibility = More work out


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Smarter.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Smarter. Email, smart phones, and collaboration tools.  We’ve, arguably, started to squeeze more efficiency out of our days.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Smarter. Email, smart phones, and collaboration tools.  We’ve, arguably, started to squeeze more efficiency out of our days. Better tools and technology = More work out


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Cheaper.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Cheaper. Software companies have saved billions farming out the most critical component of their business, their code, to India and Eastern Europe.


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New Ways to Maximize Work Work Cheaper. Software companies have saved billions farming out the most critical component of their business, their code, to India and Eastern Europe. Cheaper labor = More work for less (some things don’t change)


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What’s The Pattern? Asparukh Akanayev (no changes)- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/


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For over a century, extensive thought has been put into finding cheaper ways to get people to work. Improving processes, collaboration and communication are among the most effective means. … But what about Culture?


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The next frontier of talent management is determining how to build effective teams based on their culture alignment.


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The next frontier of talent management is determining how to build effective teams based on their culture alignment. What was Company Culture five years ago? A buzzword? What is it now?


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The next frontier of talent management is determining how to build effective teams based on their culture alignment. What was Company Culture five years ago? A buzzword? What is it now? It’s your people and how they work every day!


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The next frontier of talent management is determining how to build effective teams based on their culture alignment. What was Company Culture five years ago? A buzz word? What is it now? It’s your people and how they work every day! Finding the right people is paramount to company success and can be leveraged as a strategic advantage.


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Today’s Employee Christopher Michel(no changes)- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/


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Only a decade ago a job seeker applied for a job via print advertising. They had a nicely prepared resume that was sent in the mail. These days, everyone has his or her resume, or at least his or her profile, online. Everyone is open to new opportunities at any given time.


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Technology and globalization have led to candidates having as many options for finding a job as picking out a new pair of shoes or dining at a new restaurant.


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What does this mean for your People? Your most valuable resource?


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What does this mean for your People? Your most valuable resource? It’s necessary to be re-recruiting your own people, keeping them engaged, and providing a culture that nurtures their professional and personal growth.


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What does this mean for your People? Your most valuable resource? It’s necessary to be re-recruiting your own people, keeping them engaged, and providing a culture that nurtures their professional and personal growth. Your people are everything!


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People Aren’t Independent Michael Cardus (no changes)- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/


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As work has changed, so have our systems and processes. People work in lock step with their colleagues every single day.


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As work has changed, so have our systems and processes. People work in lock step with their colleagues every single day. A holistic approach with people rallied around values ensures a unified workforce.


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As work has changed, so have our systems and processes. People work in lock step with their colleagues every single day. A holistic approach with people rallied around values ensures a unified workforce. Workers crave more than anything to be valued and appreciated for their contributions by their managers and their colleagues.


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“Our people are our greatest asset.” - Every CEO Ever


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“Our people are our greatest asset.” Every CEO Ever It is time to make that a core belief rather than an inspirational statement. For most organizations, your most expensive assets, your lifeblood, walk out of the door every night. It is your job to get them back every morning.


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Ultimately, you are not in control over your employee’s output. They are. They decide when, how much and how well it gets done. Knowing their values and motivators will help you harness their production and amplify their contribution.


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Understand your people and get the most out of your employees. Visit us at http://roundpegg.com to learn what RoundPegg can do for you and your company. Woodleywonderworks (no changes)- https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/


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