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by Jeff Durr and John FlemingSTORY HIGHLIGHTSLarge B2B accounts do not guarantee strong profitabilityB2B customer engagement is a powerful indicator of future account healthEvaluate resource allocation and account management to maximize big-dollar accountsIn the business-to-business (B2B) world, large accounts typically attract a lot of attention....Full Article »
by Jane MillerAs leaders, we have to ask ourselves an immediate question: What can we do to make workplaces -- and the world -- more inclusive, accepting, warm and inviting?Former Surgeon General Vice Admiral Vivek H. Murthy recently wrote an article for Harvard Business Review titled, "Work and the Loneliness Epidemic." In it, he...Full Article »
by Jeff Durr and David LeonardSluggish growth in the global economy continues to squeeze companies of all shapes and sizes, causing many of them to cut costs in business-to-business (B2B) supplier relationships.Leaders seeking to slash their budgets often review large-dollar relationships first, hoping to use their buying power as leverage for...Full Article »
Millennials view work in markedly different ways than the generations before them did, and technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are rewriting workflows. Understandably, these rapid changes leave leaders wondering: What will workplaces look like in the future, and how are those differences affecting my workplace now?...Full Article »
by Annamarie MannWorking remotely can be a dream come true for some employees. No commute means more money, more time and less stress. Alone at home, remote workers can be less distracted and more productive. They may also have greater autonomy -- and may be able to focus on actual work rather than banal office politics.Gallup's research and...Full Article »
by Andrew Dugan and Bailey Nelson • This article is published by Gallup.Gallup Highlights:Many millennials don't stay with their company for the long termThe AI revolution is here, and leaders are unprepared for itAmid many changes, workplace planning and forecasting are increasingly vitalThe "future of work" has become a much-hyped...Full Article »
By: Tom Matson and Jennifer RobisonEditor's Note: This article was originally published on Gallup and has been reposted with permission.Amid global economic stagnation, a new class of entrepreneurs, or—more broadly—of "builders," could potentially emerge to create jobs and revive economies. Business and city leaders need to find and...Full Article »
By: Sangeeta Bharadwaj BadalThis article is adapted from the upcoming Gallup Press book Strengths Based Student. It was originally published on Gallup and has been reposted with permission.Although people change over time and personalities evolve, scientists have discovered that core personality traits are relatively stable throughout...Full Article »