Anastasia Dyakovskaya


4 Expert Insights On Managing Your Top-Tier Talent

27-Oct-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

When it comes to company culture, there are a few things we need to prioritize. Engagement, for one; leadership, development, and – this one’s big – retention. Effectively managing your top tale

5 Reasons Why Companies Need to Start Simplifying – Now

12-Oct-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

A recent study, powered by SAP and Knowledge@Wharton, has revealed that 51% of today’s business leaders believe that simplification is of strategic importance – and yet only 17% feel that their ef

Knowledge Networks: What You Need To Know

5-Oct-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

One of the biggest pain points in corporate culture has long been the presence of silos; disparate departments working independently from one another with frustratingly limited contact and communicati

3 Quotes To Kick-Start Your Company Culture

16-Sep-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

Culture eats strategy for breakfast. – Peter Drucker In true Germanic fashion (okay, he’s Austrian-born), you can’t really get more direct than Drucker’s brief but punchy statement. Beth T

5 Ways To Push Your Employees Towards Greatness

3-Sep-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

1. Keep employees engaged Believe it or not, audience engagement isn’t everything. Success begins with an engaged employee base, and all good things follow thereafter. That’s why it’s such a sh

Is Your Business Ready to Take On The Digital Economy?

28-Aug-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

As we hurtle towards the future amidst worldwide transformations like ongoing globalization and the shift toward a digital economy, projections show that by 2020 Millennials will make up 75% of the wo

The Future of Work: As A Freelancer, Feeling Freer Than Ever This Independence Day

The Future of Work: As A Freelancer, Feeling Freer Than Ever This Independence Day

1-Jul-2015 | Anastasia Dyakovskaya

Ten years ago, when I first came up with the idea for a life on the road, I thought of it as just another daydream. After all, how could what is essentially non-stop travel be anything more than a fri