Big organisations are frequently portrayed as the barriers to positive change. And whilst they are certainly responsible for many social and environmental ills, this is not the whole picture; they continue to play an invaluable role in a variety of ways.
Appraisals are a classic representation the mechanical, outdated management model. And after decades of failed iterations and a wealth of behavioural science recommending they're abandoned, organisations are now lining up to leave them behind.
Most employers experience tension between employee generations. They always have. This is by no means a new phenomenon. And not all tensions must necessarily be removed - tension can be a great lever for innovation and change. Here are three things to encourage to use the tension in a productive fashion.
We've been inspired by Tara Joyce (@elasticmind) at Rise of The Innnerpreneur and her book "Pay What It's Worth". So, in line with our commitment to innovate and help build the relational, trust based economy of the future, we're trialling a new fee model across most of our services: no fixed prices, no hourly rates, just #paywhatitsworth