Category Archives: Corporate Culture

How to Create a Strong Company Culture (Tools, Tips, and Examples)

Katy French July 13, 2020 When most people hear the words “employer brand,” they immediately think about a brand’s culture. While your culture isn’t the only component of your employer brand, it is undoubtedly one of the biggest reasons why people join—and stay with—a company. In fact, according to 2019 Glassdoor data, a company’s culture … Continue reading How to Create a Strong Company Culture (Tools, Tips, and Examples)

Organizational Culture: Definition, Importance, and Development

Kellie Wong — May 11, 2020 A great organizational culture is the key to developing the traits necessary for business success. And you’ll see its effects in your bottom line: companies with healthy cultures are 1.5 times more likely to experience revenue growth of 15 percent or more over three years and 2.5 times more … Continue reading Organizational Culture: Definition, Importance, and Development

6 Ways to Determine Whether Your Company Culture is in Danger

Kimberly Zhang — March 11, 2020 On paper, IBM looked like a model tech company — until it didn’t. “Big Blue” positioned itself on the vanguard of the Information Revolution in the 1970s and early ’80s. Yet by 1990, it was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy. What happened? The facts were plain enough: Once … Continue reading 6 Ways to Determine Whether Your Company Culture is in Danger

Create an Organizational Culture That Draws Top Talents

Rick Goodman — March 5, 2020 What’s the best way to entice top talents to come work for your company? You might assume it’s salary and benefits, and sure, those are definitely important. According to most studies, though, it’s actually organizational culture that’s the top draw. People want to earn a decent paycheck, but even … Continue reading Create an Organizational Culture That Draws Top Talents

The Interdependent Nature of Culture and Process

James O’Flaherty — February 11, 2020 It may not be intuitive to link something that is perceived to be as nebulous and qualitative as company culture to a quantitative, very nuts-and-bolts concept like internal business process. Surprisingly, these two concepts are much more interdependent than what meets the eye. Internal business process is dependent on … Continue reading The Interdependent Nature of Culture and Process

When Things Aren’t Going Well, Will You Accept Blame?

Shep Hyken — December 4, 2019 Follow @Hyken In a recent Shepard Letter, I wrote about the concept of giving recognition to the people who deserve it. Someone being recognized for what they bring to the organization is often overlooked. That’s a shame. People need to be recognized for their contribution to the team’s success. … Continue reading When Things Aren’t Going Well, Will You Accept Blame?