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  • Why Undo?
  • Problems with HR policies
  • You need to undo them
  • Simple practices are all you need

Our Principles

We believe it is the simple actions, like how we communicate and how we treat people every day, that have the biggest impact on an organization. Standardization, systemization, sorting and ranking bring out the worst in people. For this reason, we offer UN-Human resource services.

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Act Like a Leader Games


UN Performance Management Managers hate the performance appraisal process. Why? Because it is a cumbersome, rigid process of questionable value that takes too much time and makes employees and managers defensive and uncomfortable. OP believes that real performance management lies in the relationship between the manager and the employee, not in the paperwork.
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UN Workforce Planning Most companies spend several weeks to months every year sorting and ranking employees in high, average, and low performing buckets. We believe that this labeling adds no value to the company while demoralizing the majority of the workforce. OP believes that if you spent that time finding the right fit for your employees that most of your workforce can be high performing.
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UN Leadership Programs Many companies spend months to years developing competency models which contain a laundry list of skills that all employees are expected to attain. Instead of improving diversity, achieving excellence, and creating innovation, this model embeds mediocrity and decreases the diversity of thought. OP believes that developing a leadership skills can be done by everybody every day with a simple game.
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OD Games Conventional wisdom states that change is hard and learning is work. Therefore, learning and change are confined to special initiatives and to classrooms. OP believes that change and learning are easy and fun when you work with the natural capacities of people rather than against them.
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