Business leaders know that the key to competitive success is smart management of scarce resources. With capital cheap and abundant, the truly scarce resources now are the time, the talent, and the energy of the people in your organization—resources that are too often squandered. Authors Michael Mankins and Eric Garton explain how to overcome organizational drag and unleash your team's productive power.
In the new era, human capital is the foundation of superior performance.
Time is money, but few organizations treat it that way.
By inspiring employees, organizations can see real breakthroughs in productivity.
Employees can remain energized and engaged if companies attack the true causes of organizational drag.
Business leaders often think of “efficiency” and “productivity” as synonyms. When it comes to strategy, however, they are very different.
What separates the best-performing companies from others is the way they deploy talent.
HR has a vital role to play in helping an organization make the best use of its human capital.
Excessive e-communication is an organizational problem that demands organizational solutions.
Capital is cheap. Ideas are not. It's time to rethink how to win in business.
In an age where capital is superabundant, your most precious assets are the time, talent and energy of your workforce.
The key to tackling low productivity growth is to efficiently and effectively use your scarcest resources.
Bain Partner Michael Mankins discusses how companies can increase productivity and competitiveness by successfully managing these three key resources.
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