What is organizational culture and why should we worry about it? Learn from experts in the field and find out how to enhance your workplace culture for business benefit.
For a whole variety of reasons, organizational culture is important to the health or viability of any organization. This article will give you some specific things you can do to act on the importance of your organizational culture.
Have you translated your organization's values into expected behaviors? Are you aware of the cost to your organization's health of not going that next step and articulating what it means to act according to your organization's values? Find out the nine steps you need to take to ensure that your organization's values are not making you sick.
Focusing on building and sustaining an organizational culture is one way of showing that people are the organization's most valuable asset. This article discusses seven other bottom-line business reasons for focusing on and building an engaging and productive organizational culture.
In the last 35 years, we have developed a pretty good understanding of our interdependence with our natural environments and the reasons to respect them. I wonder – do we have a similar appreciation for the contribution of our working environments to our business success? If you'd like to ensure you're nurturing a workplace that will blossom – for you, your enterprise and your employees, read through this article for some practical, effective tips.
Disengaged employees are those employees that are at work but their minds are not necessarily on their jobs. The term "presenteeism" has also been used to describe disengaged employees. If an employee's mind is not on their job they become a significant liability to their organization. The mind today is the ultimate productivity weapon.
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