The most urgent and timely topics the GBJ covered during a turbulent year
How to restore confidence in banks. Managing your workforce amid the stress of a volatile global marketplace. Why the U.S. healthcare system is crippling the country's economy and prospects for job creation.
These are among the most urgent and timely topics the Gallup Business Journal covered during 2012, offering senior executives insights and action plans during a turbulent year. We also tackled persistent problems such as making government more efficient and alleviating employees' stress and improving their health. We even revealed where you'll want to live in 20 years.
Here are the GBJ editors' picks for the top articles of 2012 across 13 topic areas -- and the most popular article of the year, according to our readers.
Banking: Fixing Customers' Confidence in Banks
In the wake of the financial crisis and Occupy Wall Street, the public's confidence in banks hit record lows. The situation is dangerous but fixable, says Gallup's chief economist. Read more
Business to Business: Creating Impact in B2B Relationships
Being a successful B2B company takes more than delivering a product or a service. It requires helping your customers succeed by improving their performance. Read more
Selection: Executives: Your Company Isn't Attracting the Best Talent
Why companies repel some of their ideal job applicants -- and how they can fix it. Read more
Strengths: Building Strengths Accelerates Company Engagement Everywhere
Employee engagement globally is alarmingly low. Here's how executives worldwide can attack this problem by building strengths-based cultures. Read more
Wellbeing: Unhealthy, Stressed Employees Are Hurting Your Business
How personal wellbeing directly affects a company's bottom line. Read more
Most Popular Article of 2012: Where You'll Want to Live in 2032
Using metrics that include economic, workplace, community, and personal choice factors, Gallup found what will be the most livable U.S. region 20 years from now. Read more