Winning in the New Economy
A whole new recipe for enterprise success has emerged since the economic lockdown of 2020-21. The business landscape looks different and competitive dynamics have shifted. Customer expectations have expanded. Employee mobility and control have increased (some are even calling it the “age of the employee”). So, what will it take for companies to win in this post-pandemic economy accentuated by such accelerated change? This month’s Growth Notes offers some answers.
How to Develop a High-Impact Team
(Strategy+Business/author Liz Wiseman)
TFew corporate managers have the luxury of handpicking and assembling their own “dream team” to pursue the outcomes with which the company has charged them. More often, they must create that team by conjuring brilliance from a group of inherited employees. (This is particularly true during this period of high employee attrition.) Consequently, their job becomes growing the talent they already have. To succeed, they need to create an environment in which the right mindsets and behaviors can flourish, and then implement five key coaching habits. Read More>
Redefining Your Value Offer for the New Economy
Your customer has changed over the past two years...but have you? Odds are the reason they were buying your product or service prior to the pandemic is not the same anymore. The job they need your product or service to help them accomplish is different now. Are you prepared to meet that need or are you anticipating they will adjust their expectations and be satisfied with the value offer you have always made—and which you would prefer to keep making? In other words, are you focused on promoting what you have to sell or on delivering something that will actually help your customer get the job done? Read More>
How To Measure Your Culture
(Chief Executive Magazine)
Big data has become the culture whisperer of business, telling us everything we want to know and much more. At what point should we stop listening, though? At what moment do too many voices—a cacophony of data points, a slew of spreadsheets, a field of daisy petals—become over-whelming to the senses? Read More>
What is An Effective Employee Value Proposition?
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Your employee value proposition is what distinguishes your company from its competitors in the high stakes talent market that now exists. It defines the employee experience someone will have with your organization and tells them why they should choose your company over another. So, what should your value offer include and what should it help you accomplish? More important, how do you ensure yours is distinctive and stands out? You will find answers in VisionLink's free report.
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