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7 universal emotions to learn for a higher EQ (Part 1)

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You might have heard of the famous Disney animated movie Inside Out awarded the 2016 Oscar as the Best Animated Feature Film. In an animated film made for young audiences, it is easy for us to realise different emotions expressed by the characters, especially Riley. But this film is a very simplified version of life. Emotions are hard to identify, even to the person feeling it. So, how can we detect the other's feelings when interacting with us?

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Topics: Talent Management

Top 10 HR priorities for 2017

Posted by Huy Tran on

The 2017 Deloitte’s Global Human Capital Trends Report highlights the top priorities that the HR function should be focusing on in the context of ever-changing technology and business landscape. The annual report, now in its fifth year, collects responses from more than 10,400 business and HR leaders from companies of all sizes and industries around the world.

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Topics: Talent Management

The simplest way to increase your EQ

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In the previous entry, we unveiled some secrets about EQ (Emotional Intelligence). This time, TRG Talent draws for you the starting line to improve your EQ.

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Topics: Talent Management

How to measure EQ accurately?

Posted by Ngan Nguyen on

Being born long after IQ but Emotional Intelligence (EQ) has become the current trend for self-development. One of many reasons that put EQ in the hearts of so many people is its accurate reflection of human’s social nature. High IQ can help a person think and reason quickly, but high EQ will support people connect and cooperate for sustainable development because a high EQ person is able to build effective reciprocal relationships due to his/her ability to manage own emotions and others’.

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Topics: Talent Management

[Video] Cloud ERP for F&B: A success story of JR Watkins

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JR Watkins is a US-based home care, body care, and gourmet food products manufacturer. Throughout most of its 150-year history, JR Watkins relied on direct sales. The company underwent a big change 10 years ago and started working with retailers and wholesalers.

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Tableau 10.2 is now available in the cloud

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Tableau 10.2 is now available for Tableau Online, the cloud-based business analytics platform for enterprises. The other two Tableau offerings, Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server, will soon be running with this latest version as well. Users can still use their current versions of Tableau Desktop to publish to their Tableau Online 10.2 sites.

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics

3 best Business Intelligence & Analytics vendors 2017

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The Business Intelligence and Analytics market has undergone dramatic changes in recent years. The most recognisable one is the shift to self-service solutions, i.e. those capable of empowering ordinary business users to understand data and turn it into insights with little technical skills required.

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Topics: Business Intelligence

[Video] CIO of Ferrari talks about their ERP implementation

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Ferrari is a luxury carmaker company that sought to enhance the sophistication of its IT systems to better manage its internal processes and improve efficiency. The huge re-engineering of Ferrari’s processes required the right enterprise software, and Ferrari chose Infor.

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Topics: ERP, Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Why there are gaps between Business Cases and ERP Project Outcomes

Posted by Ho Nguyen on

There are big gaps between what the customer is expecting at the end of an ERP project and what the project is implemented to be aligned as outcomes. Why is it happening although the project is implemented in aligning with the project’s goals and objectives? There are many reasons to explain why it could happen. However, there is a single answer which is always absolutely correct for any project. It is that the project is implemented and evaluated as cut-off deliverables, not as on-going outcomes which are developed across milestones of key & incremental benefits upon the pre-defined benefit road map.

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Topics: Enterprise Resource Planning ERP

Duplicating your top employees

Posted by Huy Tran on

As we mentioned in the previous blog post, the ideal process of duplicating top performers starts with quantifying the characteristics of those persons. Specifically, in this step, you need to analyse your top employees and figure out which traits set them apart from the other middle and bottom performers. Afterwards, consolidate these traits into a pattern which is used for benchmarking new hires and existing employees.

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Topics: Talent Management

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