Posts Tagged ‘values’

Going Over Every Detail

Do you want a more engaged team? Here is an approach

How To Increase Team Engagement If you are reading this, you are most likely a leader that sees value in teams with a high level of engagement.  Personally, I have been passionate about employee engagement throughout my entire career, but I have had varying levels of success mobilizing efforts that really move the needle. Gartner […]

John DeSue values people.

The Most Important Thing in Consulting: People, People, People

Our Perficient colleagues share how they live and breathe our core values. Here, John DeSue, general manager of delivery excellence for our Microsoft business unit, writes about the importance people have on building a successful company and workplace. “Location, location, location.” A decades-old real estate adage about the importance of a property’s location to its […]

Post-Digital Transformation

Align Your Business Model with Millennial Values

Build trust by aligning your business model with what Millennial investors value. Millennial investors tend to be confident and independent. They want an adviser to do something they can’t do themselves. Business models – supported by appropriate technologies that include taking the time to understand where Millennial investors are getting their information, what influences their […]

Delivering Values Over Targets – Not Only in Office, at Home as Well

I recently wrote about Synergizing Agile Projects – the moment I realized the benefits of understanding Values over Targets. To my surprise, I had already applied it in certain home instances as well. It occurred when I had a second baby after my 6-year-old daughter, and she was expecting a sister but it turned out to be […]

Orchestras, Onions, and Organizational Culture – A Primer

Have you ever watched an orchestra before they perform a concert? You will see an interesting ritual where musicians individually warm up their instruments as the audience arrives to find their seats. Next, without a visible external cue – and before the conductor steps on stage, the musicians begin their tuning process. The principal violinist (also known as the concertmaster) will play a tuning note. Fellow violinists seated next […]