Category Archives: Corporate Culture

Creating a Culture of Learning in Your Team – Essential Beliefs

Paul Keijzer — January 21, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — January 21, 2019 “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” -Alvin Toffler Part 1: Essential Beliefs It is essential that you create a culture that promotes and encourages learning in … Continue reading Creating a Culture of Learning in Your Team – Essential Beliefs

A Corporate Culture Committee is a Sign of Neglect

Elizabeth Williams — January 14, 2019 Follow @bizmkter — January 14, 2019 I came across this well-meaning article a few weeks ago. It’s about how to set up and run a corporate culture committee in your organization. Well that sounds swell, doesn’t it? Get some of your bouncy, enthusiastic, engaged Tigger employees, order some muffins … Continue reading A Corporate Culture Committee is a Sign of Neglect

5 Landmines that Make You a Useless C-Suite Executive — and How to Avoid Them

Ed Muzio — January 7, 2019 Follow @edmuzio — January 7, 2019 Highly sought-after, highly influential, highly respected, highly compensated. These are some of the ways people describe your position as CEO or member of the executive staff. The descriptors may be accurate, but then there’s the rest of the story. Running a company is … Continue reading 5 Landmines that Make You a Useless C-Suite Executive — and How to Avoid Them

Netflix’s Company Culture is Not For Everybody and That’s Exactly How it Should Be

Bretton Putter — January 7, 2019 Follow @brettonputter — January 7, 2019 Reed Hastings and his company Netflix are not the first culture-driven organization to catch flak for their strong culture. Ray Dalio, founder, Co-Chief Investment Officer and Co-Chairman of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest and arguably most successful hedge fund, has taken to publishing … Continue reading Netflix’s Company Culture is Not For Everybody and That’s Exactly How it Should Be

How Organizational Culture Can Make or Break Your Company’s Commitment to Ethics

Stephanie McGuinn — October 12, 2018 Follow @PIMidlantic — October 12, 2018 Free-Photos / Pixabay Ethics and organizational culture are more than just buzzwords; they are concepts that require conscious development to ensure an organization’s long-term success. Ethical companies that nurture a healthy organizational culture benefit from high customer satisfaction, strong productivity, employee loyalty, and … Continue reading How Organizational Culture Can Make or Break Your Company’s Commitment to Ethics