The Costs of an Employee Who is Not In the Loop
By: A.J. O’Connell Got a star employee? That’s a problem. Stars are a symptom of a problem — misalignment on your team. The costs of an employee who is not in the loop can be high, so how can you get everyone in alignment? Almost every manager can relate: you’ve
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Chat is the future of communication at work
By A.J. O’Connell Chat is the future of communication at work, however, we can’t get to that future when our habits at work are mired in the past. The disconnect between the way we communicate when we’re at work and the way we communicate in the rest of our lives
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GDPR and Human Errors
By: A.J. O’Connell   When It Comes to GDPR, Human Error May Be the Greatest Risk Companies Face Your company is preparing for the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by changing its security policies and procedures this winter, and as the manager of a department in a
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Your employees are not reading your emails
By: A.J. O’Connell Your employees are not reading your emails. How can you engage them? Fortunately, there are some things you can do to get your messages through. Let’s say you’re the manager of a department, and there’s been an important change in company policy It’s vital that all your
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Why did Walmart, a company that employs more than 2 million people, choose Workplace by Facebook as its enterprise collaboration platform? Less E-mail is a good thing I used to spend 40-50% of my time reading and writing e-mail so any measure to reduce that time is a great ROI
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