In the previous post, we saw how digital age organisations need to be focused on asset building. In this post, we will discover how to turn the untapped potential of our people into value for all stakeholders in the organisation. As mentioned in an earlier post, the Biz 4.0 model is underpinned by three tenets, […]
This, of course, is not true. In most school, every day is compliance day. Why? Because the industrial era needed compliant workers. Workers who are unlikely to take matters into their own hands, and go ‘off piste’ from the operations manual perspective. The primary objective of primary education is to produce compliant factory workers, whether […]
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Most sales people know that the value they deliver is proportional to the perceived benefits. In most cases a bigger price has a value dampening effect. But most importantly, the greater the perceived emotional cost the less associated value the customer will perceive. To be a successful worker in the industrial economy, you need to […]
Recruitment seems increasingly more about ensuring candidates meet set criteria than on spotting rough diamonds. In a post industrial world creativity is needed. And so the recruitment function needs to adjust its practices accordingly.