In the new global economy, the value of organizations is no longer determined by product inventory or market exclusivity. When information can be disseminated in nanoseconds, competitive advantages deriving from technological innovation are short lived.
This means that the primary sustained competitive advantage of any organization in the 21st century is its people. A study by the Society for Human Resource Management indicates that over 75% of a company's value is tied up in its human capital. Unlike equipment and inventory, the quality of employees can appreciate in value with time, but only when treated with respect and wisdom.
The shrinking world makes interpersonal communication and teamwork skills essential, as regional and even continental barriers disappear for both a company's workforce and its market. Diversity is no longer just a feel-good HR department term, it's a business essential.
Diversity refers to more than such skin-deep observables as gender, race, or ethnicity. An organization, which embraces the diverse ways in which individual employees perceive the world and make decisions based on their perceptions will, simply stated, better understand business realities and make better decisions.
"You can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them"
- Albert Einstein
"I believe that at the end of the century the use of words and general educated opinion will have altered so much that one will be able to speak of machines thinking without expecting to be contradicted."
― Alan Turing, Computing machinery and intelligence
"The aim of interpretation is not agreement but understanding"
- Donald Davidson
"Computation has finally demystified mentalistic terms. Beliefs are inscriptions in memory, desires are goal inscriptions, thinking is computation, perceptions are inscriptions triggered by sensors, trying is executing operations triggered by a goal."
― Steven Pinker, How the Mind Works
"The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another"
- William James
The Tempust Enterprise People Management solution employs cognitive behavioral science across three primary feature areas that empower leaders and engage the workforce at all levels
The Tempust team is comprised of leaders in the fields of cognitive behavioral science, psychology, machine learning and enterprise software with a common vision and belief that cognitive behavioral science, machine learning and modern technology can be applied to quantitatively transform the way organizations recruit, empower, engage, motivate and develop their people.
Acording to a recent Gallup survey, over 67% of all employees in the US are disengaged and therefore less likely to be productive. Typical organizational coaching methodologies and strategies today target the leardership of the company in a top-down approach. Tempust provides powerful tools to develop leaders but differs in also providing a bottom-up approach that values, motivates, empowers and supports the workforce at every level.
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