Becoming a Cognitive Enterprise – the OODA Approach

Recently, my colleague Prasad Thrikutam and I had the pleasure of hosting a technical session on the topic of the Cognitive Enterprise at the 2016 CIO 100 Symposium and Awards. Together, we took some of the most cutting-edge CIOs on a journey to what the requisite future state … READ MORE

Robert L August 22, 2016

2016 Dell Legal Diversity Award Finalists Announced

Dell Legal awarded its first Diversity Award five years ago and every year since then we have been extremely impressed at the improvements our outside counsel have made in embracing and encouraging diversity. During our annual award selection process we learn about the stellar work being done by … READ MORE

Richard Rothberg August 11, 2016

How Dell Develops Training for Career Growth of New Leaders

When it comes to professional development, many companies, including Dell, ascribe to the 70-20-10 rule. The breakdown refers to 70 percent on-the-job training, 20 percent from mentoring relationships and 10 percent from formal training and reading assignments. Even with 70-20-10 used as a rough guideline for professional learning, … READ MORE

Meredith Harrison July 29, 2016

Eved: Investing in Women is a Winning Strategy for Dell

Although Dell has outgrown its humble beginning – Dell was founded in Michael Dell’s dorm room in 1984 – the entrepreneurial spirit that launched the global company prevails. Dell’s dedication to entrepreneurialism has grown and evolved over the years but the support for young enterprises has never waned. … READ MORE

Jeanne T July 20, 2016

5 Reasons to Look Beyond HR for Healthcare Staffing

Sure, your HR department can recruit claims staff for you – just as soon as they finish with benefits, employee reviews and the thousand other tasks on their plate One of the hidden costs of employee turnover is that it is a killer for productivity. It increases the … READ MORE

amathy July 20, 2016

What We Learned When We Studied Work-From-Home

“Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads.” Dr. Emmett Brown’s words are certainly inspiring. Perhaps immortal in some sense. I’d like to say they applied to our Legacy of Good goals. But they don’t. At least not yet. When we announced our Legacy of Good plan in … READ MORE

John Pflueger July 14, 2016
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