Removing the Blindfold: Ethics in Criminal Justice

Those who work in criminal justice have a difficult job, and that job has become more difficult. A recent Pew Research Center poll found that, while 31 percent of police officers see their primary role as that of a protector, only about 16 percent of the public has that view. At the same time, while […]

Social Stratification: Inequality and the U.S. Criminal Justice System

The United States has one of the highest incarceration rates in the world. At the end of 2015, around 6.7 million individuals were under the supervision of U.S. adult correctional systems. While this number is lower than past years, prisoners in the United States still make up around 22 percent of the world’s prisoners, despite […]

5 Characteristics of High Performance Culture

It’s no secret that motivation is important to doing good work. “Company culture” has become a popular term among corporate leaders; more and more companies are focusing on creating a culture that fosters motivation in their workforce. This is more than a simple fad: According to the Harvard Business Review (HBR), “Why we work determines […]

Project Management Software Comparison: Asana vs Trello

Project management software offers companies a way to organize their large amount of projects and tasks. This software allows employees to share responsibilities and often is web-based for easy accessibility from anywhere. There are countless project management software solutions, each with its own set of features and benefits. Asana and Trello are among the most […]

What Is Agile Change Management?

The term “agile” is used frequently in business and software development, though it can be challenging to understand what people mean when they express a desire for a company to be agile. The agile methodology is primarily a way of streamlining the software development process, removing obstacles and empowering teams to be able to predict […]

An Introduction to the Delegating Leadership Style

Employees are individuals, with individual strengths and weaknesses. While it’s tempting for a manager to choose one style of leadership and stick to it, doing so runs the risk of alienating certain employees or not making use of their strengths in the best way. Behavioral scientist Paul Hersey and management expert Ken Blanchard developed the […]

Taking a Change Agent Role

In today’s business environment, change is closely linked with success. Businesses must adapt to a landscape in constant flux. As technology and society change, so too must companies that wish to thrive. A change agent can drive this evolution, ensuring that a company stays one step ahead of the curve. Characteristics of a Change Agent […]

6 Change Management Models

Initiating an organizationwide change in a company or even a teamwide change at a more local level can be challenging for the best of managers. These six change management models can help leaders effect change in a lasting, positive way. ADKAR Sales management training company Richardson uses a change management model called ADKAR with its […]

The Market Demand Curve in 6 Easy Pictures

Setting the right price for your product can be difficult. Setting a price too high might mean low sales, while setting a price too low could cause you to operate at a loss. Economists use a tool called the market demand curve in order to predict the demand for a product relative to price and […]

How RNs Can Practice Patient Advocate Nursing

Registered nurses are the most frequent point of contact with patients in healthcare. They “provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members,” according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They typically work as part of a team […]