All posts in the Quantitative category

‘Why do we do what we do?’ – Motivation

The importance of ‘Motivation’: Organisations must never underestimate the importance of properly motivating their workforce, but such a task is far from simple. In order to fully appreciate its complexity an organisation must first understand the various factors impacting on its employees and what inspires them, not just to do their job, but to do […]

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‘Why do we do what we do?’ – Values

The importance of ‘Values’: Many organisations state their Values loud and clear, undoubtedly with sincere intent, but you only have to glance at the websites of competitor organisations in any sector to see the degree to which stated values overlap – and therefore lose their intended meaning. What we want to find out is whether […]

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‘Why do we do what we do?’ – Purpose

‘Purpose’ and ‘Identity’: Last week we explored the views of our Pilot Study Group on the topic of ‘Identity’. Towards the end of the piece, we touched on the significance of ‘Purpose’ and how it seems intricately bound to our identities, both as individuals and organisations. This week, we will explore the views of our […]

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‘Why do we do what we do?’ – Identity

The Importance of Having an ‘Identity’: Having explored the concept of identity in past blog entries, we wanted to apply some of that discussion and the concepts that were generated, to this first topic within the research exercise. Identity is crucial, not just for the individual, but for organisations as well. It is complex, multi-faceted […]

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‘I am not a number.’

I think you’ll find you are. Like grazing animals we pull with seemingly insatiable hunger at the rich green grass that is Big Data. It’s the new panacea, probably with another weird language that people will be eager to learn in order to demonstrate easy familiarity. A few years ago, the potential presented by global […]

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