Strange as it may sound in this age of increasing automation, gig work, and executive pay, people still are a company’s most important asset.
These are uncertain times for startups seeking funding. The coronavirus has disrupted more than supply chains. Angel investors are in a wait-and-see mode.
150 is often referred to as Dunbar’s number. It is considered the optimal size for organizations and teams. Managers would do well to keep it in mind.
Managers who dismiss the value of worker vacations do so at their own risk. Companies and their employees can benefit when workers take off for a week.
Business success and employee happiness are related. So, why do so many famous CEOs ignore this fact in their quest to maximize shareholder value?