Huntington, NY, May 01, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- More than ever before in today’s competitive marketplace, success requires a great company culture. Success requires great teamwork. Success requires skilled and motivated people and proven tools to break through barriers to deliver on the promise of sustainable company success. WIAL and Workplace Stars have partnered to offer companies and action learning teams an affordable and research-based tool that quickly unlocks a company's success code. Supported with this information action learning teams will with increased confidence be able to mobilize around critical root issues potentially harmful to the future of the company.
WIAL implements the process of Action Learning in businesses and government firms. They focus on six simple components that include identifying the problem and developing a commitment to take action. The result is creating teams that solve problems proactively together and discovering new leaders in the long-term. Dr. Michael Marquardt, President of World Institute for Action Learning (WIAL), envisions that “partnering with Workplace Stars will enable us to expand our capability to build leaders and teams in real time while solving real problems.”
With the same aspiration to strive for performance excellence, Workplace Stars has created an alliance with WIAL. Bob Ebers, the founder of Workplace Stars, states that “Action Learning teams will be significantly more successful when guided by precision-targeted root performance issues revealed by the ORG360.” The ORG360 is an innovative and affordable culture assessment driven by research to identify a company’s strengths and areas for improvement; and, to increase yield by making measurable and lasting improvements through people.