News and Articles About Transparency
The transparency this new generation of employees demands motivates them to greater accomplishment and commitment. That is what you want, right?
Flexible scheduling and open feedback loops build trust with incoming employees. Companies shouldn't be surprised if older workers appreciate those changes, too.
Restricted stock units keep employees from quitting but it's foolish to mistake that for loyalty, much less motivation.
Today's leaders must involve teams to set objectives, promote transparency and foster accountability as they make changes and monitor business outcomes.
Your team will make their greatest contributions when they are clear what it is you value most.
Many companies resist the idea of sharing employee salaries, but this information public could be the most empowering thing those companies have done.
One entrepreneur's journey into radical transparency created amazing results.
The majority of failures are self inflicted and easily avoidable if you follow these four steps.
Everyone, plus the bottom line, benefits when companies show team members how their daily work contributes to the larger whole.
Bankruptcy is not ultimate failure, it is the clean slate you need to move forward.
Honesty and transparency are important for boosting your company's customer experience.
Learn how an Atlanta CEO established transparency and vulnerability in his business.
The point is, some companies are failing to communicate their values from the top down.
There is power and perhaps profitability in being transparent management of a business. Go ahead, read on: Here's everything we know about it.