Tag: "Nilesh Bhagat"

Game On: Working in the Value of Play

The games we play are more than simply diversions or entertainment. As is being explored more often, games are a reflection: of ourselves, our society and to no small extent, our organizations.

A Brief History of Video Games: Lessons for the Workplace

As video games and apps become increasingly proliferate, a brief history of five key games offers an innovative lens and lessons for the workplace.

Video Games as a Metaphor for Organizational Development

How directly do video games tie to the workplace?

Bridging Expectations: ‘Y’ Connecting Aspirations is Key

In July, the McKinsey Global Institute published what it believes to be five game changers for the US economy: opportunities which will leverage economic growth and renewal. Being a graduate not too long ago (and a Gen Yer) one game changer caught my eye—a more effective system of talent development.

Finalists Announced for 2013 BC HRMA Awards

The BC Human Resources Management Association (BC HRMA) is proud to announce the finalists for the 2013 Professional Awards.

Customer Service 2.0: The Employee Experience

Customer service is now a commodity. The next frontier, customer experience, is ready to take over.

Your Brain at Work: Rethinking the Productivity Paradigm

HR has often been stuck between a rock and a soft place. The practice of human resources management has historically been depicted as ‘soft’, ‘warm’ and ‘friendly’. While none of these characteristics are inherently negative, these presumptions have been a traditional impediment for HR in the C-suite. Nor do they cast an accurate reflection of HR’s strategic evolution as a core business function.

EQ + IQ = Learning From Leaders

I’ve had the privilege to work with and know many great leaders. Both in the workplace and out, I’ve learned what it means to show integrity, respect and class. Their actions have been memorable; their words like scripture.