Posts tagged culture
Creating a Culture of Learning

We wanted to have a discussion that inspired ideas on implementing a greater learning culture within your own organization.

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People Over Process

Thank goodness your team has Slack to communicate when you aren’t meeting over Google Hangout to finish brainstorming on Evernote before making that perfect Asana timeline. Discussing your list of tasks you keep in Google Sheets, so that you can all be on the same page with ...

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Not the Time for "Guess-and-Check"

In the seemingly never-ending, downward-spiral of a startup tale that Fast Company mapped out this week in their article titled, “The Demise of Tilt”, readers are guided through Tilt’s unfortunate saga. The article gears up by stating, “In 2015, social payments company Tilt was worth ..

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It's Not Just Where You Sit

While the Internet had some serious eye rolls at Square when they posted a job for a “capacity coordinator” (a full-time seating coordinator with “equal parts project manager, data analyst, and relationship builder”), seating assignments in the workplace really do have an impact.

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Managing Top Talent with Individuality

Think top talent is highly motivated by compensation? Think again. Top talent wants to be treated like the individual that they are, given continuous opportunity and given praise for what they accomplished well.

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Understanding Commonalities within a Team

David DeSteno, a professor of psychology and the author of The Truth About Trust: How It Determines Success in Life, Love, Learning, and More wrote a recent story for the HBR about how identifying commonalities on a team can lead to effectiveness.

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Is Culture Created Top Down or Bottom Up?

There are obvious great examples of CEO's that have left an indelible mark on their company's culture.

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