Enterprise Strategies

Change Management

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” – John F. Kennedy After completing your education and beginning work, finding opportunities for learning and growth can become difficult. For one, if you do not have an interest in learning new skills or being challenged in your...

With over half a billion users reported at the end of last year, it’s no surprise that LinkedIn, now owned by Microsoft, is the leading social media platform for the professional world. Even just a few years ago, the features available to users and the...

Employee engagement, or lack thereof, is a big topic of conversation right now because of the shockingly low amount of employees who are engaged (33% in the U.S.). Several factors go into helping an employee be engaged and do their best work. As an employer,...

As the workplace continually evolves, the skills needed to be successful are changing as well. Depending on the industry, an employer may be looking for people with particular training, certifications or prior work experience. Candidates must be able to communicate well and think critically in...

Every day, employees carry out their day-to-day tasks and attend meetings, often in an office space. Increasingly, employees are allowed or even encouraged to work remotely, even if just part-time. In fact, 43% of people work remotely at least sometimes, and the number is only...

Welcome back. While the weeks after the holidays can be painful at times (we’re all missing the champagne, dessert and naps), this is a perfect time to reflect on 2017 and prepare for 2018 – it’s only just begun! Many make personal New Year's resolutions...

With the New Year quickly approaching, many begin thinking about goals and vision for the coming year. Companies are no different. The year-end is the perfect time to evaluate where you have been, where you would like to be, and exactly how to get there....

Company culture is an important aspect of the workplace, and an increasingly important component for people looking to be hired at a company. An employer can offer perks like extra vacation time, a casual dress code and after work happy hours to retain employees and...

Silos, the idea that a company’s groups or departments should not or will not share knowledge with others, are prevalent in the workplace. “This type of mentality will reduce the efficiency of the overall operation, reduce morale, and may contribute to the demise of a...

Only 33% of employees are engaged in the U.S., according to Gallup, and this number has been stagnant for several years. Reasons for unengaged employees range from lack of passion for a job, having leadership that is not involved, to not feeling appreciated in the...