Overcoming A, B, C Employee Ratings: Response to Wall Street Journal Article from 2/21/07

The Wall Street Journal article is greatly appreciated because it highlights what occurs when an employee rating system is poorly implemented and used in organizations.  … [Read more...]

Leading A Small But Effective Team

  We believe that great teamwork is essential to an organization. It enables businesses to achieve goals that an individual working alone cannot. Employees can … [Read more...]

Winston-Salem Businesses Model the Power of Embracing Organizational Change, With or Without a Catastrophe

On November 8, a number of Winston-Salem business owners were forced to reevaluate the safety of their stores when two armed robbers entered the local Family Dollar … [Read more...]

Are You Carrying a Lazy Man’s Load?

  In the day to day operation of a business, at times you may find that there are tasks that need to be done that aren’t complicated but they are necessary. You … [Read more...]

Six Different Approaches to Bonus Programs

The goal of a bonus program is to motivate employees to achieve results in valuable way for everyone. In other words, they should be designed to get everyone from the … [Read more...]

Bowling With Your Boss: Evaluation Cruelty

Imagine bowling with your boss… You throw the ball down the lane, but your boss has a sheet between you and the pins. You hear something happening, lots of noise, but … [Read more...]