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What Drives Employee Engagement?

By | 2012-06-27T14:10:26+00:00 June 27th, 2012|Employee Engagement, Root Blog, Uncategorized|

Written by Bruce Temkin, Customer Experience Transformist & Managing Partner of Temkin Group. He also writes the popular blog Customer Experience Matters. Let me start with a question: Who owns employee engagement? Is it an HR function, an operational function, or something else? This turns out to be a very important question because many of [...]

The Learning Buffet

By | 2011-04-05T13:41:45+00:00 April 5th, 2011|Learning and Development, Root Blog, Uncategorized|

I’m fresh out of a client meeting, where the head of learning and training across the table from me stated, “We need to re-organize our curriculum. It’s all over the place.” I nodded my head in agreement. This is not the first time I’ve heard this plea. eLearning has been around for nearly two decades [...]

The Infancy of Visual Consulting

By | 2010-11-16T16:02:42+00:00 November 16th, 2010|Root Blog, Storytelling, Uncategorized|

Raise your hand if you work for a consulting firm. Raise your hand if your work has ever given you the opportunity to work closely with consultants. Raise your hand if your company has ever hired consultants. That’s a lot of hands up. Business and management consulting has a rather long history starting around the [...]

Tilt-shift Thinking…

By | 2009-12-01T01:47:06+00:00 December 1st, 2009|Root Blog, Storytelling, Uncategorized|

I’m fascinated with a new visual craze hitting photo circles called tilt-shift photography.  This is a technique where the lens is actually not directly attached to camera but separated by a “shiftable” lens or other homemade device.  It gives photos a blurred effect around all portions of the photo but the middle. This makes the items in focus [...]

Learning happens. Anywhere. Anyhow. And with anyone.

By | 2009-07-29T04:49:57+00:00 July 29th, 2009|Learning and Development, Root Blog, Uncategorized|

I’m a big fan of TED. If you know what TED is, skip down to the next paragraph.  If you aren’t aware, TED is a small non-profit dedicated to allowing individuals to share ideas worth spreading. It’s like a central repository for really great innovations. Individuals get a platform to share their stories and ideas [...]

How will the learning style of today’s youth differ from our own?

By | 2009-04-15T04:33:47+00:00 April 15th, 2009|Employee Performance, Learning and Development, Root Blog, Uncategorized|

My family purchased our first computer when I was around 10 years old. The black and white screen was probably about 6” wide and the computer hard drive held only a few megabytes of data. I remember using the computer for only two things: drawing in a paint program and playing a silly balloon game. [...]

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