Here’s a question for you: What determines organizational success? Is it the stock market, profit margin, liquidity, a combination of 101 factors or pure luck? The irony is - no matter which way you look at it, you will probably land at 1010 factors, half of which you can’t define. So may I ask why … Continue reading Must we measure ROI?
I love data democracy, the power of being able to analyze data independently without being dependent on another individual. Products like these empower every individual in the organization to derive meaningful insights at team, business and organizational level. It doesn’t overwhelm nor fall short. Heartcount gracefully does all the hard work and allows you to jump straight to the meaningful insights.
There exists two kinds of chaos in the world. If you’ve read Sapiens, you already know and can skip straight to paragraph 5, however, if you haven’t let me walk you through it. The essence of chaos is that there are innumerable uncontrolled forces at work and their unpredictable interactions are so complex that even … Continue reading Level 2 chaos
The more I study analytics, the more disturbed I get. I’ll tell you why. Analytics is fantastic. Data is good. Data based decisions better. However, not knowing how to use the output from data analysis is dangerous. It is probably the most dangerous thing we can do in the field of human resources. To begin … Continue reading This false sense of precision
A good map is the only tool you need when lost and given our perpetual ‘lost’ state with regards to people, it should thus come as no surprise when maps come to the rescue here too. There is of course much art involved in drawing the right map, which is precisely the raison d'etre of … Continue reading The map that we’ve all been looking for