Political behavior is a phenomenon that has been present across interpersonal, group and organizational settings for many centuries, if not for thousands of years. In fact Aristotle, argued centuries ago that man is inherently a political animal and few have challenged the notion since then. This phenomenon has become increasingly important for corporate denizens to […]
Month: April 2016
Can Technology Help with Knowledge Transfer?
Knowledge transfer refers to the systems used by a company to spread knowledge from one part of an organization to another. Knowledge transfer is most critical when new employees have been hired or when internal aspects of an organization have changed. Having an effective system for knowledge transfer in place can help organizations to continue […]
The Rise Of Freelancers
Call it the curse of the last recession or the quest to be leaner; the freelancing economy has grown multifold in the last decade. Even the Millennials have showered love on it, for it gives them the chance to own the work schedule and select the pace of their assignments. The new generation is looking […]
Do You Have a Hostile Work Environment on Your Hands?
A hostile work environment is caused by actions of an employer or employee that interfere with an employee’s ability to do their job. When the term is used in the United States, it is generally connected to specific laws that have been broken. Understanding what makes a work environment hostile can help employers to nip […]