- Is Your Budget The Best Kept Secret In The Company?
- The Economics of Engagement in 2 minutes
- Exponential Employee Engagement… Drives Financial Performance
- Winston Churchill on Employee Incentives and Engagement
- Technology and Capital Expenditures Have Little Impact on Operating Profits, But People Do… heresy or paradigm shift?
- Business Fundamentals Never Change… Though Often Ignored.
- Doing Leadership versus Talking Leadership
Author Archives: Karl F. Muller
It’s budget season…Is your budget the best kept secret in the company? Before we answer , let’s define the word “budget”. On the surface it is rather sterile, lacking emotion or a sense of urgency among most of your employees. … Continue reading
The Economics of Engagement – fundamental principles in 2 minutes. How do you measure employee engagement? The financial statement measures it by what we call the “Organizational Productivity Ratio”. Simply put, the ratio or relationship between the wages/fringes that walk … Continue reading
Exponential Employee Engagement… We call it Engagement 2 There are two critical missing ingredients in virtually every employee engagement initiative that, when present, produce exponentially improved business results. They are tactical and compensation components. Simply put, what are the specific financial … Continue reading
“However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results.” – Winston Churchill Are your bonus/incentive/total rewards programs and employee engagement strategies really driving organizational performance? Can you measure their effectiveness on the financial statement? As you begin your … Continue reading
Technology and Capital Expenditures Have Little Impact on Operating Profits, But People Do… heresy or paradigm shift?
Employees are engaged… profits are up. It has been quite the run. The last 12 months (second half of 2014 and first half of 2015) been very busy for us. We have had Equishare Engagement projects in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Ohio … Continue reading
This is the shortest, most poignant blog I have ever written. A “fundamental” yes or no. Business fundamentals never change, though often ignored. They are – maximize revenue, minimize expense, optimize profit. They only problem is the majority of your … Continue reading