Business Relationship Management Research
How to Charge Your Career with Meaning & Purpose
For many people, a job is just a paycheck; it’s what keeps them moving from one month to the next. Distanced from the impact of their work, individuals caught in such a scenario often experience higher stress levels and reduced productivity.
But it doesn’t have to stay that way.
Work/Life Balance: An Elusive Endeavor of Self-Reflection
Many people find that their purpose is not lived out through their careers, even though they spend many of their waking hours at work. Thus, dedicating a disproportionate amount of time to something that doesn’t provide personal fulfillment leads us to feel out-of-sorts.
The Little-Known Strategy for Organizational Adaptability
The concept of zero-based principles, when applied to an organization, promotes productivity and increased business value through flexibility. Rather than squander energy supporting an antiquated system of separation, zero-based principles provide easy, transparent access to organization-wide data, which ultimately encourages collaboration and increases productivity.
Knowledge: The Secret Formula for Innovation
As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Indeed, investing your time, energy, and efforts into obtaining knowledge can be a far more valuable investment than stocks, bonds, and even real estate.
The Rise of Human-Centered Management
Human-centered management empowers employees to do their best work, clearly communicates the company’s goals, and shows them the path to success. Moreover, employees remain a company’s most valuable asset. Thus, it becomes increasingly important for businesses to treat their employees with respect and appreciation.
Intangible Values: The Building Blocks of Purpose
Every organization lives by a set of values. These values represent a moral compass for employees that guides them down the path of success. However, to truly be justified in our judgments of certain values, it’s imperative to know the distinction between the two main types: tangible & intangible values.
Relationships: The Key to Maintaining a Healthy Mind
Briefly, take a moment to think about someone you know very well. Perhaps a parent, a partner, a friend, a loved one comes to mind. You understand their mannerisms, behaviors, and the subtle body language that lets you know how they’re feeling.
A Return to Reason
As the business world shifts from profit-driven to purpose-driven, we’re asked to dust off our reasoning jackets and return to a different age; an age where reason dictated purpose, and thus, life.
Why What You Say Matters – Philosophy of Language
Our words, quite literally, determine our reality. And the digital age highlights the importance of how language shapes the reality of doing business.
How BRM Makes Agile Software Development & Management Theory Even More Successful
Whether your organization is practicing Agile or BRM, you have an opportunity to deliver both short- and long-term business value. Consequently, you can adapt to a rapidly changing business environment by combining and implementing both methodologies.
Consider Existence for Success
Life becomes work in hopes that one day, it isn’t. Personal fulfillment doesn’t enter the equation. However, this linear progression through education to employment is quickly being replaced by a whirling zigzag of millennial entrepreneurs and autodidact techies.
BRM Benchmarking® – Your Measuring Tool for Success
This new membership benefit, BRM Benchmarking, along with the consolidated input from our single global BRM community will provide answers to these questions. BRM Benchmarking will provide an interactive tool, with tiered-accessibility based on membership levels, which will allow BRMs to enter data and see real-time comparisons against a selected group of filters.