Investor perspective: Direct procurement technology has an identity crisis
Truly understanding and identifying those beliefs, assumptions and values can be incredibly difficult. And when members hold or are exposed to conflicting ideas within that organization it can lead to morale, discipline and behavior issues that can tear a unit apart if not addressed. We have to have a common vision of who we are and what we are for. That goes from the recruiting piece all the way through onboarding once they are in their unit of action, all the way through to retirement really. Podcast: Download.
Every person comes to a point in their life when they begin to search for themselves and their identity. Usually it is a long process and takes a long time with many wrong turns along the way. Family, teachers, and friends all help to develop a person into an individual and adult.
Identity Crisis and Clashing Cultures All of us have faced a time in our lives when we do not know who we are, usually during our adolescent ages but it can happen to any of us at any time. However, this is even more distressing experience to children of immigrants, or immigrants themselves as they face conflicting cultures as well. These people face identity crisis and distress due to two cultures tugging and pulling at each other: one from their home country, and one from the country they immigrated to.