Ruth Bramson on Developing Women Leaders

THE GIRL SCOUT LAW I will do my best to be: honest and fair, friendly and helpful, considerate and caring, courageous and strong, and responsible for what I say and do, and to respect myself and others, respect authority, use resources wisely, make the world a better place, and be a sister to every Girl … Continue reading Ruth Bramson on Developing Women Leaders

Going Global? Get a Translator

Today's guest post is from our board member, Bob Clements and addresses the wisdom of engaging local expertise in the design and implementation of global workforce management systems. In 1981, President Carter toured Japan and China shortly after leaving the White House.  During this tour, he was asked to speak at a small college in … Continue reading Going Global? Get a Translator

Healthcare Providers Don’t Have to Sacrifice Quality Care to Stay on Budget

Today's guest post is courtesy of Joe Hyland, Product Marketing Manager at Kronos. The benefits and challenges of using "big data" to transform business is a popular topic today - and especially so at last week's SXSW Interactive and CEBIT conferences where issues ranging from data ownership to data privacy were hot topics.  Joe's post … Continue reading Healthcare Providers Don’t Have to Sacrifice Quality Care to Stay on Budget

Staff Self-Scheduling: Ownership and Investment by the Professional Worker

The following guest blog post is provided by our board member Dr. Tim Porter-O'Grady.  In it, he argues for the benefits of employee self-scheduling in the healthcare environment.  In addition to the citations he includes below, readers can also learn more about self-scheduling best practices in our recent publication "Elements of Successful Organizations". As viable … Continue reading Staff Self-Scheduling: Ownership and Investment by the Professional Worker