How Employee Engagement Actually Drives Stock Price

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  1. A very interesting piece of research, Josh. Thanks.
    It adds some good concrete evidence to the argument that a satisfied workforce is more likely to be productive than one driven by carrots and sticks.

  2. Brandon says:

    Thanks for the insight – the “Office Space” days of dimly lit cubicles and clueless managers are nearing an end, and only those who are highly innovative in the HR sphere will remain profitable. I do worry about certain critical areas lagging behind others – Gary Hamel mentioned education and healthcare as two industries who have yet to see the variety and depth of HR innovation others have enjoyed. With political debates raging, perhaps we need to find a louder voice to express the chance to make systems and people more efficient using HR strategies instead of pursuing fruitless policy arguments?