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HRchat #11: Action Plans Are Great...Commitment is Better with Jason Lauritsen
November 01, 2016 The HR Gazette
HRchat Podcast

HRchat #11: Action Plans Are Great...Commitment is Better with Jason Lauritsen

November 01, 2016

The HR Gazette

In the last few years, there has been more focus on the “what’s next” factor of people analytics. Jason Lauritsen speaks about how Quantum Workplace supports clients to leverage their surveys and data to make work awesome.

Action plans are good. Commitment is better. Creating a plan from employee surveys and data is a great start, but having teams committed to the plan creates accountability. There is a greater intention to meaningful outcomes. Quantum Workplace’s team helps clients make work better for employees every day through measuring and understanding employee needs.

Anarchy! Anarchy!

Jason talks about his career paths and describes how these paths are now converging into one. Talent Anarchy started as an outlet for Jason to talk about his vision about leadership, engagement and culture. He soon realized that people were having a hard time making sense of this “War for Talent”. Using a very disruptive style of speaking, Jason engages his audience and encourages them to think about things differently.
In the last few years, there has been more focus on the “what’s next” factor of people analytics. Jason Lauritsen speaks about how Quantum Workplace supports clients to leverage their surveys and data to make work awesome.

Action plans are good. Commitment is better. Creating a plan from employee surveys and data is a great start, but having teams committed to the plan creates accountability. There is a greater intention to meaningful outcomes. Quantum Workplace’s team helps clients make work better for employees every day through measuring and understanding employee needs.

Anarchy! Anarchy!

Jason talks about his career paths and describes how these paths are now converging into one. Talent Anarchy started as an outlet for Jason to talk about his vision about leadership, engagement and culture. He soon realized that people were having a hard time making sense of this “War for Talent”. Using a very disruptive style of speaking, Jason engages his audience and encourages them to think about things differently.
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