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Diversity in Management – Innovation rises with it

BCG and the Technical University of Munich conducted an empirical analysis to understand the relationship between diversity in management (defined as all levels of management, not just executive management) and innovation.  Although the research is concentrated in a particular geographic region, we believe that its insights apply globally. The following are the major findings: The … Continue reading

Having more job authority increases depression among women, but decreases it among men finds study

Having more job authority increases depression among women, but decreases it among men, new research shows. Do we need to add “depression gap” to the lexicon of problems women face in the workplace? It seems so, according to a new study. The research, published in the December issue of the Journal of Health and Social … Continue reading

Meetings – A Peter Drucker Quote

“Meetings are by definition a concession to a deficient organization. For one either meets or one works.One cannot do both at the same time.”   Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  These 10 Peter Drucker Quotes May Change Your World.

UK / Managers and skilled workers: the bulk of far right support

The study found the image of young unemployed people alienated by tough economic times and turning to the anti-Muslim and anti-immigration group was a myth. In fact half of sympathizers are in full time work, almost one in five is university educated and more than two thirds own their own home. The report, by the … Continue reading

Gender Gap – Entrenched through candidates long-term expectations and assumptions

Roxana Barbulescu and Matthew Bidwell examine differences in the jobs for which men and women apply in order to better understand gender segregation in managerial jobs in Do Women Choose Different Jobs from Men? Mechanisms of Application Segregation in the Market for Managerial Workers on wharton.upenn.edu. The authors develop and test an integrative theory of why women might apply to different jobst … Continue reading

HR | Human Capital Trends 2012 – Deloitte

“It’s fitting that 2012 is a leap year, since a number of converging market trends are driving HR organizations to make significant leaps in capabilities and performance. HR faces a critical, dual imperative in 2012 — a focus on enabling both their organization’s overall growth agenda and on driving efficiency in the business of HR. … Continue reading

As Influx of Business Data Grows, Hiring Demand Reflects Need for Analytical Skills – Press Release – Digital Journal

During January 2012, more than 18,000 job ads were posted online that required data analysis skills, according to WANTED Analytics™ (http://www.wantedanalytics.com), the leading source of real-time business intelligence for the talent marketplace. With the amount of data generated by businesses growing every year, hiring demand for employees to analyze and utilize this information is increasing … Continue reading

How do senior leaders get their jobs? | Teacher Network Blog | Guardian Professional

The reason I write this post is to share my experiences with other colleagues. It is certainly not an exemplary model of any leadership interview, just my story. In the short amount of time I have been working in school leadership, the application and interview process still remains an unknown quantity for many of us. … Continue reading

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