Talent Management Consultant at CBC

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Outside of legal compliance, let us assume that rules, process, procedure, etc. are created for the sole and exclusive purpose of adding, preserving, or avoiding the diminution of value. However, if w... More
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Instead of perfecting a product or service that meets all the internal demands (the good and the bad), put your best customers on development teams. More
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Thank you for sharing Matt! What I love about the article is the push to figure out collaborative decision making, flexible team environments, and redefining the purpose and limits of what a role ... More
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Hi everyone, I've reached out via LinkedIn. I really look forward to exploring this idea with all of you! Cheers, Sean More
4 years 3 months ago
Hi everyone, I've reached out via LinkedIn. Heidi and Kim, I wasn't able to send you an invitation so if you could connect with me that would be great. Really look forward to collaborating together... More
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Hi Shirley, Thank you for sharing. I think it's awesome to embed means of empowerment vs. means of control into the environment. I completely agree that both technology and demographics are shiftin... More
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Hi Matt, Thank you. I like the point you make about event-based vs. continuity. If event-only, we'd probably all speculate that the real payoff for play wouldn't be realized; there simply wouldn't ... More
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Hi Andy, I appreciate the reference to Kohn. From what I recall, Dan talks a lot about contextual contigency. That for certain contexts, it (contigency based pay) is effective whereas in others, it... More
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Instead of perfecting a product or service that meets all the internal demands (the good and the bad), put your best customers on development teams.
By Sean Schofield on July 29, 2014
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Outside of legal compliance, let us assume that rules, process, procedure, etc. are created for the sole and exclusive purpose of adding, preserving, or avoiding the diminution of value. However, if what is valued or deemed valuable changes, then they probably no longer useful. It's like milk. When it's expired,...

By Sean Schofield on July 17, 2014
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Instead of perfecting a product or service that meets all the internal demands (the good and the bad), put your best customers on development teams.

By Sean Schofield on July 17, 2014
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The core challenge is to let energy be the currency for access to engage in executing pertinent ideas.
By Sean Schofield on July 17, 2013
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So you arrive for a job, and you are told, "this is how we compensate you." Here are all the pieces, and how, in theory, they work.Each enterprise has a position based on their industry, market s
By Sean Schofield on July 17, 2013
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Creativity, innovation, synthesizing ambiguity, re-imagining the possible, and making unexpected connections - all important stuff; all becoming (/is already) business imperative.Finally, all of this
By Sean Schofield on July 17, 2013
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Creativity, innovation, synthesizing ambiguity, re-imagining the possible, and making unexpected connections - all important stuff; all becoming (/is already) business imperative.

Finally, all of this is about the absence of (in nearly all cases) routine problem solving.

I'm definitely biased, but I think this means that if we (sometimes) want...

By Sean Schofield on June 21, 2013
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The core challenge is to let energy be the currency for access to engage in executing pertinent ideas. I.e., freedom to work on what gets people excited, whilst ensuring alignment.

If the MIX is any indication, there are many people out there with lots of hunches, dreams, and a whack...

By Sean Schofield on June 21, 2013
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So you arrive for a job, and you are told, "this is how we compensate you." Here are all the pieces, and how, in theory, they work.

Each enterprise has a position based on their industry, market share, profitability, etc...that amounts to "we can give you x."  However, instead of allowing for choice,...

By Sean Schofield on June 13, 2013
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There is a lot of energy spent on CVs. Too much. To be honest, it's not even necessary - at all.

Applicants wordsmith and position; enterprises collect, prioritize, and validate. Yet I'd argue, by and large, it's wasted time and, worse, misses the point. 

Why?

  • You don't want to hire someone who is
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By Sean Schofield on June 13, 2013

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