45 Million People Are Blind today, and 80% of them could be cured through surgery (36 million if you’re looking for your calculator). Oh, of course, most of these people cannot afford the surgery, don’t know about it, cannot physically be where eye care is available, and so on and so on. The answer? Reverse Innovation (RI) – a term coined by Jeffrey Immelt and Vijay Govindarajan. The basic premise of RI is that all innovation cannot flow from the developed to the developing world.
Browsing: Sourcing Innovation
This wasn’t about creating some spreadsheets or graphs of generated savings. He had to make sure that we continued to expand our footprint inside the company. To sell our value to thestakeholders. To keep in constant communication with them. To make sure we were getting repeat business. To ensure that we were getting referral to other stakeholders.
How do you make sure work is transitioned smoothly in times of change? Employees come and go for various reasons, so how do you make sure your organization can handle change? You want to say focused the present, but don’t want to lose sight of any future changes. Dalip Raheja has some inputs on how to make sure the transition is as smooth as possible.
Every year we know it is coming and every year we dread it – the Performance Evaluation. We all know that it is going to go smoothly for some and not so smoothly for others. So how do you address Performance Evaluation in your Competency Based Talent Management (CBTM) system? Anne Kohler has some insights.
Our series on Competency Based Talent Management continues with our latest post covering Career Management. Typically seen as the responsibility of the individual, Anne contends that it also must be driven by the organization or you risk losing your best employees. Read on to learn if you have a Career Management void.