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Transform Your Corporate Culture With These 5 Proven Steps

Transform Your Corporate Culture With These 5 Proven Steps

Corporate culture and its direct byproduct, employee engagement, play a critical role in organizational success. But just because a strong culture and engaged employees are important doesn’t mean they’re easy to attain. A 2017 Gallup report found only 33 percent of US employees said they were engaged at work.

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Give Employees a Voice in Your Cultural Change Initiative

Give Employees a Voice in Your Cultural Change Initiative

Organizations with poor company culture face many challenges, not the least of which is when employees quit to work for companies whose culture better aligns with their values and aspirations. HR technology company Breath HR's The Culture Economy  (registration required) report confirmed this growing trend, showing that 34 percent of

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Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement and That Whole Breakfast Thing

Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement and That Whole Breakfast Thing

The quote "culture eats strategy for breakfast" has been making the rounds for a few years now. Whether management guru Peter Drucker said it first or not, Mark Fields made it more famous while serving as president and CEO of Ford Motor Company.

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Motivate and Sustain Innovation With ‘Big Picture’ Thinking

Motivate and Sustain Innovation With 'Big Picture' Thinking

The tech industry understands that change is the only constant. Companies fail if they do not adapt, evolve and innovate. Unfortunately, sometimes even well-meaning companies, companies that do have vision, fail to evolve rapidly enough to maintain a competitive edge.

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Why a Healthy Process Culture Is Key in Times of Change

Why a Healthy Process Culture Is Key in Times of Change

Some people use the terms "process culture" and "organizational culture" interchangeably. More accurately, process culture refers to an aspect of organizational culture that supports the ongoing creation, management and improvement of efficient and effective business processes.

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How Good Employee Practices Feed Into Great Customer Experiences

How Good Employee Practices Feed Into Great Customer Experiences

The service-profit chain is a widely adopted business theory that states that companies should take care of their employees first, because doing so will result in employees delivering a better customer experience, creating loyal customers who generate greater profits. The theory was originally put forth in a Harvard Business Review article in 1994, but

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