Medical Society of PEI adopts successful SEEC program for physician leaders
In April of this year, SEEC kicked off a custom, seven-month run...
Every organization wants to be “customer centric” but very few achieve it – and even fewer organizations are capable of sustaining it over the long term. But the rewards for doing so are great – and critical to success in today’s changing market environment. Customer centricity is about defining and flawlessly delivering a branded customer […]Posted on
Conflicting inter-generational differences in the workplace are becoming increasingly problematic for organizations. Generation-wise, today’s workforce can be divided into four groups: Baby Boom (born 1946–1964), Generation X (born 1965–1980), Millennial (born 1981-1996), and Post-Millennial or Generation Z (born after 1997). Because senior workers are waiting longer to retire (according to Statistics Canada, more than 20 […]Posted on
Developing a vision statement is the first step in the strategic management process. A company can’t successfully move forward in setting objectives without it. An Arresting Slogan When revolutionary auto manufacturer Henry Ford started his company, he aspired to produce a quality product that every working person could obtain. His slogan was “a car in […]Posted on
Attracting the right people is the most important challenge for a sales team. Too many sales leaders, however, are not taking the crucial first step to get top talent. This step is the creation of the Employee Value Proposition, or EVP. In today’s job market, top people can well afford to be picky about where […]Posted on
The word “agile” has become shorthand for the array of principles and methods of the Lean movement. There is Agile leadership, Agile thinking, Agile software development and strategic agility. With great deference to what is excellent in that work, this article is not about that. This is a return to the original meaning of the […]Posted on