“One of the most important books I’ve ever read―an indispensable guide to thinking clearly about the world.” – Bill Gates on "Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About The World -- and Why Things Are Better Than You Think" by Hans Rosling. // If Bill likes it, we do too - that is why it is apart of our #JabianReads list!
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They've been accused of being lazy, self-absorbed, narcissistic and self-centered. But the latest accusation to be thrown in the direction of the much-vilified Millenial generation is that many of them are also lacking analytical skills when compared with other generations in the workplace. Whether the expectation that Google has all the answers or the fact that when it comes to having an analytical mindset, there isn't an App for that, a study sponsored by American Management Association (AMA) claims that almost one in five Millennials (19 per cent) are perceived to be lacking the analytical skills they need to be effective in the modern workplace.
The survey looked at how prepared organizations are to compete in an age of Big Data and involved nearly 800 respondents from more than 50 industries. Participants were asked to assess the analytical skills of their employees by age group.
What emerged is that some 19 per cent of Millennials were adjudged to have poor or non-existent analytical skills compared to just six per cent of Gen X (30-50 year-olds). Some 16 per cent of Baby Boomers (aged 50-70) were also seen as similarly lacking.
The survey found that 46 per cent of millenials, 36 per cent of Gen X and 43 per cent of Boomers were judged to have only basic analytical skills.
In your sales process, don’t just present. Present with panache. Panache is one of my favorite words. It means spirited self-confidence and dashing style. Who wouldn't want to be that? I strongly believe that to be a great presenter, we need to work on four very different aspects of presenting with panache. I call these the four P’s.
Allison Newman, our Engagement Manager, is a guru when it comes to working on healthcare projects. In her blog post she talks about the importance of why hospitals should know what their operating rooms' turnaround times are and if they are increasing or decreasing. "Most hospitals only record their ‘wheels out’ and ‘wheels in’ times. While this provides them their total turnaround time, it fails to provide visibility into how each step in the process is performing". Check out her blog post on how she recommends on breaking the turnaround time into three areas: