Did you know, many companies are now being held back by the “paralysis of analysis.” Maybe it’s time to jettison some of data analysis and return to conventional thinking and develop a more creative vision for action. A sense of urgency and the ability to make prophetic decisions, not necessary data driven decisions, may end up being the difference between being successful and unsuccessful in a competitive world.
ITT Technical Institute
A Business’s culture is a complex fusion of the values, beliefs and norms that permeates all levels of the business – from the physical appearance, to dress codes, team dynamics, comp and benefits, hiring and retention strategies, training and development programs and communication processes. A healthy business culture can reduce turnover, improve the quality of new hires, enhance productivity, encourage innovation, and enhance a company’s stature in the community.
What would your employees and customers say about your business culture?
There is nothing as constant as change. And changing technology is fueling a shifting Job hunting process. Today job seekers interact in a virtual world therefore should possess a virtual job-hunting toolkit. However until such time as a bar-code is implanted on our foreheads enabling employers to scan a candidate’s; education, skill levels, personality dimensions, compatibility with the job requirements and culture of the company as well as background checks for electronic employment predictability. Candidates will continue to personally interview with people who are in a position to make a hiring decision. Up till now that has not changed.
Director of Career Services
ITT Technical Institute, Sylmar Campus