Gallup found that in 2019, the percentage of "engaged" workers in the U.S. -- those who are highly involved in, enthusiastic about and committed to their work and workplace -- reached 35%. This is a new high since Gallup began tracking this in 2000.
When you hear the word intelligence, the concept of IQ testing comes to mind. Intelligence is often defined as our intellectual potential; something we are born with, something that can be measured, and a capacity that is difficult to change
This quote from Daniel Goleman, author of the bestseller „Emotional Intelligence“ is a clear message. Innovation is the driver for sustainable growth in advanced economies. How to do so, how to innovate?
In 1979, Michael Porter published the article about his concept of „sustainable competitive advantage“. With this concept, he re-defined the strategy process in organizations. It was helpful in the following years, but in todays dynamic world, this is seldom of use.
According to a study of the Digital Transformation Institute at Capgemini, mainly two factors are responsible that innovation initiatives fail in organizations: the missing corporate culture and the missing know how about how to involve external partners.
The HeartMath Institute in the USA discovered and proved scientifically in 1991 that the human heart has brain-similar cells, in total 40,000. We, who we are so conditioned on thinking elusively with the brain, can only slowly and heavily digest this finding- brain cells in the heart?!?