With technology taking over most aspects of work and life in general, we often tend to value the technological benefits over that of human. Impressed with what technology can do to make life better or easier, we follow the constant waves of technological changes that happen almost every day. Within those waves we sometimes overlook the human and tech balance that is vital for an organisation’s functioning. One aspect of either human or technology lagging will make changes to the infrastructure, causing irreversible long term damage. Much like most companies procedures, this too is process that requires attention from time to time. Here are a few tips to get you started.
It’s the newbie time, where most companies are looking for interns that will bring a new perspective and start filling the long overdue job openings. Then comes in the questions, where do we advertise? How do we get the right person? Will it reach the right audience? The challenge is knowing what exactly to do when it comes to recruitment. Because hiring an employee comes with a lot of pressure. Although from the outside it just looks like just picking the most qualified one from the bunch, people forget that the competition is much more intense now. Everyone’s qualified and they have all done every degree and diploma in the book. So picking just the right one from couple of hundred applications becomes a tough one. Here are a few tips to ease the pain!
With the business atmosphere constantly changing and technology playing a major role in those changes, every organization is on the lookout for individuals that can keep pace with the movements. Now this is when the management seeks to create teams that are high performing and capable of handling a great deal of pressure that come with the competition. So how do you identify a high performing team? Here are a few habits that might give it away or that will help create one.