Manifestos tagged with Culture


The Midlife Gap Year: Why More Companies Should Offer Employee Sabbaticals
Aug. 10, 2016 - By: Phyllis Korkki
“A midcareer gap year is an important step to incorporate into people’s professional and personal lives because of two major societal changes: extended longevity and a transformed work world.”
The Sweet Spot of Purpose: A Three-Legged Stool for Productivity and Success
June 8, 2016 - By: Dan Pontefract
“The importance of purpose on the lives of employees, and for the betterment of society, has become table stakes. Indeed, the individuals that make up the organization are its most important advantage.”
The Internet as Art
June 8, 2016 - By: Virginia Heffernan
“The Internet, in my view, is a massive and collaborative work of art—something billions of us contribute to every millisecond, with every Instagram photo, every ‘like,’ every message-board post, every tweet, every eBay review, every streamed video or song.”
Culturally Intelligent Innovation: Diversity × CQ = Better Solutions
Feb. 17, 2016 - By: David Livermore
“Diversity is undoubtedly one of the best sources of innovation. But it’s not automatic. Diversity by itself does not lead to better solutions. Cultural intelligence, or CQ, is the differentiating factor.”
Showing Up: 32 Ways
Jan. 27, 2016 - By: Anese Cavanaugh
“It does not matter if you are a student, a doctor, a CEO, a mom, a dad, a kid, a janitor, a florist, a designer, or a fighter pilot; you have super powers and they’re yours for the taking to use and conquer the world with. You get this life, this company, this adventure, this family, this culture, to show up for. Show up well.”
Connect and Thrive: Create a Connection Culture to Win at Work (and Life)
May 13, 2015 - By: Michael Lee Stallard
“Human connection is a superpower. It helps individuals and organizations thrive [but] Most people don’t recognize connection as a superpower—yet—and therefore miss out on connection’s benefits. If connection isn’t obvious to you, this manifesto will be an eye-opening wake-up call.”
From Macro to Uh-Oh: From
Company Concept to Employee Culture... and Back Again

March 18, 2015 - By: Stan Slap
“'Culture' is the most overused yet least understood concept in business. The difference between understanding your employees and understanding your employee culture is the difference between whether your performance goals succeed or fail.”
Driving Results Through An Organizational Constitution
Oct. 23, 2014 - By: S Chris Edmonds
“An organizational constitution outlines your team’s purpose, values, strategies, and goals. It paints a vivid picture of success, values, and behaviors. It maps out how to work from that picture each day. An organizational constitution gives employees’ jobs and roles meaning and clarity.”
Working Across Cultures and Knowing When to Shut Up
Sept. 24, 2014 - By: Erin Meyer
“Today, we are all part of a global network where success requires navigating through wildly different cultural realities. Unless we know how to decode other cultures and avoid easy-to-fall-into cultural traps, we are easy prey to misunderstanding, needless conflict, and deals that fall apart.”
What? Your Organization Doesn't Have a Constitution?
Dec. 20, 2013 - By: S Chris Edmonds
“Understanding the need for an effective culture is one thing. Creating and managing that culture is another. How does one go about creating something that, on one hand, is so important, but, on the other hand, seems so amorphous? Through the creation of an organizational constitution.”



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