our capacity to manage or access it in useful ways.
The spectators as well as the drivers understand that principle intellectually, emotionally, and viscerally. Although most spectators do not apply that rule in their own lives after they leave the track, the winners do, 24 hours a day, until the next race. They exemplify the difference between learning by watching, learning by miming, and learning by doing.
economy. We concluded that human assets are the most important element of our collective P&L. The only way to attract, improve, and retain those assets is to offer learning. Learning makes brains physically bigger. Learning also makes them smarter. Smarter translates into faster, newer, better, and more competitive. And the competitive advantage of smarter in a Darwinian business ecosystem... [read more]
a simple image that was shared in my Facebook stream, which I re-shared, and was then commented on wildly from my circle of friends. Clearly it’s based on a simple concept taught by the Dalai Lama XIV. “If you have fear of some pain or suffering, you should examine whether there is anything you can do about it. If... [read more]
real business challenges in the context of the huge potential of social software.” When sharing his impressions of last week’s human resources geek-fest, the HR Technology Conference, put on by Bill Kutik and HR Executive Magazine, Ben voiced what many people not at the event probably feared too. Human resource management, in general, not just those who focus on... [read more]