Meet your new MOM (Marketing Operating Model)

By Mckinsey&Company

 

o drive revenue growth in the digital age, new data shows that marketing leaders are upgrading data-collection technology, collaborating closely with IT, and focusing on test-and-learn agility.

 

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Uber Is Finally Realizing HR Isn’t Just for Recruiting

By Harvard Business Review

 

Susan Fowler, a former site reliability engineer at Uber, recently wrote about her “very, very strange year at Uber,” characterized by a pervasive culture of alleged sexual harassment. The dispatch included disturbing and potentially illegal managerial activities, such as Fowler’s boss telling her she could be fired for reporting the behaviors. Just as striking is her description of Uber’s HR organization, which advised Fowler that because the manager in question was a high performer, HR did not feel comfortable punishing him.

 

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How Boards Should Evaluate Their Own Performance

By Harvard Business Review

 

The New York Stock Exchange requires that the boards of all publicly traded corporations conduct a self-evaluation at least annually to determine whether they are functioning effectively. The purpose of the exercise is to ensure that boards are staffed and led appropriately, that board members are effective in fulfilling their obligations, and that reliable processes are in place to satisfy important oversight requirements.

 

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Reinventing construction through a productivity revolution

By Mckinsey&Company

 

To transform the sector, action is needed in seven areas or through broader adoption of mass-production approaches.

 

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Poor Communication” Is Often a Symptom of a Different Problem

By Harvard Business Review

 

Do employees complain that your company suffers from a lack of communication? That the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing? Maybe the one doing the complaining is you. Or perhaps, as many companies do, you conducted an employee engagement survey and “lack of communication” emerged as a top gripe.

 

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The Most Desirable Employee Benefits

By Harvard Business Review

 

In today’s hiring market, a generous benefits package is essential for attracting and retaining top talent. According to Glassdoor’s 2015 Employment Confidence Survey, about 60% of people report that benefits and perks are a major factor in considering whether to accept a job offer. The survey also found that 80% of employees would choose additional benefits over a pay raise.

 

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