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BOBBY GLOVER
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over 6 months ago

Performance Management Alignment is key with aligning employee behavior with strategy

“Alignment” is key in which boils down to “First do the right things and then do the right things well”

That is, being effective is more important than being efficient. Organizations that are very good at doing things that are not important will never be market leaders.

Because the concept of work alignment to strategy, mission, and vision deals with focus and pursuing the most important priorities. The economics then fall in place.

How well the executive management communicates its strategy to managers and employees, if at all, remains a challenge

Most employees and managers, if asked to describe their organization’s strategy, cannot adequately articulate it. Many employees are without a clue as to what their organization’s strategy is. They sometimes operate as helpless reactors to day-to-day problems

If asked to briefly articulate their executive team strategy, how many employees could do it? Probably very few-maybe none

The consequence of this is critical. If employee teams and managers do not understand their executive teams strategy, how do we expect them to understand that what they do each week and month contributes to realizing strategy? #hotels #business #news #careers #jobs

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Maria silvia German
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over 6 months ago

A News work

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Alice Correia
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over 6 months ago

Are the bogus news reports strictly a facebook issue or are their other websites involved? I’m not a big news gal anyway but I’m curious to find out if this type of misguided behavior had an influence on the election results and what the new government is prepared to do about it?

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Phyllis Hammonds
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over 6 months ago

Should we have an Internet Police Department? I enjoy reading a good story just as much as the next person but I never gave much thought how easy it is to get lost in translation or confused separating fact from fiction within news stories. The latest news around fake news on the internet is an eye opener for me. This break in the news couldn’t have come at a better time since I get all of my news info online. I need to reevaluate how much of trust I’m willing to extend to internet news sources. How do you validate your online information? Do you have a trusted news outlet or source?

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Eva perez
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over 6 months ago

All of us here at Jobcase are trying to support each other by sending positive comments of our every day struggles... In the mean time clowns are terrorizing our kids, neighborhood.. No!! Please call your local police station and report these idiots with nothing to do... What do they need? Some jail time to recover from their stupidity... BTW, how's that job searching? I on the other hand have a job interview, wish me luck!!¡!

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Karen Ramirez
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over 6 months ago

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative sounds great but I would have spread that $45 billion around a little more… - http://www.businessinsider.com/mark-zuckerberg-giving-away-99-of-his-facebook-shares-2015-12

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Ryan O'Neil
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over 6 months ago

Science teacher participates in a student driven experiment to lose weight on a Micky D's diet. Hard to believe but take a look at how he did it - http://lacrossetribune.com/news/local/losing-pounds-on-mcdonald-s-food-just-took-right-mac/article_09d59f5b-0454-5307-80a8-203b9e743b69.html

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