We continue to explore the idea of organizations as a platform forpursuing human potential. This post is focused on goals. From a scientific perspective, we can understand goal pursuit as three discreet mental processes: 1.) Goal representation – people think about, picture, and create a clear notion of what the goal is and then hold [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Forbes’
Steve has always pointed out that the biggest difference between Apple and all the other computer (and post-PC) companies through history is that Apple always tried to marry art and science. — Erik Jackson, Forbes
Forbes captured an article on the Top Ten Lessons Steve Jobs can Teach us – If We’ll Listen. The lessons are insightful to say the least. Steve Jobs is an icon of our time in ways that transcend business. We live in a world where the study of science and art is separated by literal [...]
When I say the word — engagement — what do you think? Well, it could mean I am engaged and devoted to someone for life. That is engagement, right? But in the hands of business leaders, it has too often been defined as “capturing discretionary effort.” I think I’d rather go to the Dentist than have someone capture my discretionary effort.
The Maritz Institute in collaboration with Maritz Travel have been studying the benefits of face-to-face large-group meetings from the perspective of the human being. We want to understand better what happens face-to-face that is very difficult to replicate virtually.