Posted on 07 February 2012.
This video from Interfacet Training, shares about how some cultures focus on the individual as a unique, independent person, properly operating for his or her own benefit. Others focus primarily on the group, assuming that the group’s well-being comes first, and the individual is expected to conform to the group’s needs.
Posted in Business Performance, Evolutionary Philosophy, Values
Posted on 15 December 2011.
To create a different kind of B-school graduate, a dean argues that a key first step is creating a different kind of B-school culture.
Posted in Business Performance, Research
Posted on 08 December 2011.
Is it possible that your head of HR may also be your head brand strategist? That’s hard for most companies to imagine. But, in the transparent “word-of-mouse” business world that exists today, your company culture and how it influences employee and customer engagement is the ultimate secret sauce that defines whether you’re a Zappos or [...]
Posted in Business Performance, Organisational Transformation
Posted on 21 November 2011.
The nature of our new economic system, that one that doesn’t support predictable factory work, is that external motivation is far less useful.
Posted in Business Performance, Evolutionary Philosophy