Category Archives: Corporate Culture

A Culture Without Walls

Shawn Parr — August 2, 2017 Follow @bulldogdrummond — August 2, 2017 We recently reached out to Chatbooks for an interview focused on storytelling, but talking deeper with their CMO, Rachel Hofstetter, we learned how amazing this brand really is. The values they operate by actively guide the way the company operates. Employees are actively … Continue reading A Culture Without Walls

Why Company Culture is Critical to M&A Success

Chris Cancialosi — July 23, 2017 Follow @gothamCulture — July 23, 2017 geralt / Pixabay The actual results of mergers and acquisitions don’t always live up to expectations. M&A growth strategies promise a multitude of strategic opportunities; from rapid growth, to elimination of competition, to access to new markets. And many organizations are currently, or … Continue reading Why Company Culture is Critical to M&A Success

How and Why You Need to Recognize Your Executives

Jessica Collins — July 3, 2017 — July 3, 2017 Most employee recognition programs position senior leaders as champions or role models, not candidates for feedback. In fact, everyone can improve in some way; everyone’s drive wavers sometimes, and money is not always the best motivator. For leaders with greater influence, continuous personal improvement and … Continue reading How and Why You Need to Recognize Your Executives

Embrace a Culture of Self-Leadership to Stay Agile as You Scale

Chris Cancialosi — June 23, 2017 Follow @gothamCulture — June 23, 2017 One of the greatest challenges for rapidly growing organizations is how to remain nimble in the midst of growth. As companies scale, more processes are required to coordinate the growing workforce. And the additional management layers that come with them can slow an … Continue reading Embrace a Culture of Self-Leadership to Stay Agile as You Scale

Passive Aggressive Business Cultures

Travis Barker — June 21, 2017 Follow @https://twitter.com/InnovateVan — June 21, 2017 A passive aggressive business culture (PABC) are a challenge for stakeholders, leaders, employees, and their customers. Although the American Psychological Association (APA) does not recognize a diagnostic category for passive aggressive personality disorder (PAPD) in the DSM-V the construct yields some utility when … Continue reading Passive Aggressive Business Cultures