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The overwhelming majority of German employees (84%) strongly agree that their managers are largely “doing their job properly.” This is just one of the findings of Forsa’s recent representative survey titled “What does ‘properly’ mean?” that was conducted among approximately 1,000 employees in November 2015. What does this result tell us? In my view, it can be interpreted in two rather different ways.
What management structures, what tools and what ways of working result in agility? And what does agility actually mean? It’s something neither academics nor practitioners can agree on. At the 4th Haufe Talent Management Summit one thing was clear: agility is essential but no one really knows how it is achieved!… more
Digitalization goes hand in hand with a new form of work organization: independent of space and time, coordination in projects and teams is eased by social technologies and can be achieved much faster and more efficiently. More flexible working time and models are not just a result of the digital transformation but also a requirement for shaping change.… more