Monthly Archives: March 2016

Don’t Let " Brain Drain " Weaken Your Relationship Ecosystem

This is a guest post by David Nour, CEO of the The Nour Group, Inc. and author of Relationship Economics and Return on Impact. Don’t Let ” Brain Drain ” Weaken Your Relationship Ecosystem   As seasoned employees retire or leave for other opportunities, … Read More

Employee Engagement Misses a Network Perspective

Employee Engagement Misses a Network Perspective Almost all of us have had the experience of encountering someone far from home, who, to our surprise, turns out to share a mutual acquaintance with us. This kind of experience occurs with sufficient … Read More

Casual Collisions Without the Bruises

Serendipity as Strategy For many, serendipity is simply an inexplicable lucky accident.  Such a view is neither useful nor historically accurate. Horace Walpole coined the term in 1754 to describe the ‘faculty of making happy and unexpected discoveries by accident.’ … Read More