Who Are Your Organization's Entrepreneurs?

By Adam Wong

How useful would it be to identify the problem-solvers within your business? They're called entrepreneurs, and not all of them are created the same. The ability to identify entrepreneurs empowers organizations to effectively manage their workforce. Through research, we're beginning to learn more about spotting star performers who would otherwise become disengaged and flee — taking their new ideas with them.

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Adam Wong is Vice President of TTI Success Insights North America, driving excellence through careful thought and attention to detail, and consistently anticipating the needs of all customers. He serves as an integral member of the product development team, which creates new products and improves existing tools to better support the company. @AdamWongAZ


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