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Volkswagen Pays the Price for a Culture of Arrogance

It’s sometimes tempting to think of all of this focus on collaboration and engagement as a soft “nice to have,” something that makes employees feel better about their workplace and their bosses but that has no demonstrable impact on the bottom line. But n…
Members of the Manufacturing Leadership Council are always telling us they want to transition their companies to become more collaborative and get more of their employees engaged … http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/blog/volkswagen-pays-price-culture-arrogance/

Want Engaged Employees? Try Opening the Books

Call it the Engagement Paradox. On one hand, manufacturers tell us that a self-directed, engaged workforce is an increasingly important competitive advantage. Why? As more real-time information is available on the plant floor, workers need to be able to …
Call it the Engagement Paradox. On one hand, manufacturers tell us that a self-directed, engaged workforce is an increasingly important competitive advantage. Why? As more real… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/blog/want-engaged-employees-try-opening-books/

The Internet: Now, Everyone Knows You’re A Dog

Remember that now-famous New Yorker cartoon about the dog and the Internet? Published in 1993, the cartoon showed a canine saying that, on the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog. At that time, the prevailing view was that the Internet was a great leveler…
By David R. Brousell Remember that now-famous New Yorker cartoon about the dog and the Internet? Published in 1993, the cartoon showed a canine saying that, on the Internet, no… http://www.gil-evevnts.gilcommunity.com/blog/internet-now-everyone-knows-youre-dog/

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