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Is It Really All About Culture?

Is It Really All About Culture?

For the last several years, practitioners and consultants have been talking about culture as it relates to risk, compliance and ethics.  Two new pieces reinforce my view that culture is not just about risk, compliance, and ethics. There are many, many dimensions and sometimes they may actually conflict.

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Why a Great Company Story Begins With Technology

Why a Great Company Story Begins With Technology

A company’s culture is as great a story to tell as any product narrative the marketing department can create. Customer experience (CX) doesn’t start with the product after all, it begins with the first interactions people have with a company, which typically take place long before they buy anything.

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The Best Collaboration Tool for Your Organization? Trust

The Best Collaboration Tool for Your Organization? Trust

Everyone wants to know how to collaborate more effectively. Hardcore agile practitioners would argue for everyone to sit together in the same room. However, as you move away from the world of corporate programming, the chances of that being possible drops.

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How to Keep Intranet Content Engaging, Fresh and Relevant

How to Keep Intranet Content Engaging, Fresh and Relevant

Your intranet or corporate social network can be a digital workplace's best channel to establish engagement and a reliable two-way link between your employees and organizational culture. Content authors play a key — and ongoing — role in this relationship.

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Can Everyone Stop Making Excuses for Poor Products & Services?

Can Everyone Stop Making Excuses for Poor Products & Services?

Sit down, please. This is going to come as a shock to everyone involved in marketing, promoting or pitching a product or service. Not everything is awesome. Not your new product release, not that platform upgrade you deluded yourself into thinking is the "most innovative advancement" in the history

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