Culture

3 Reasons to Update Your Core Values

Ever since Jim Collins and Jerry Porras published “Built to Last” in 1994, Fortune 500 companies have been proudly proclaiming their core values to the world. Core values, when done right, should be the company’s backbone and guiding light. They are what companies are built on and live by, and the generally held belief is that they should never be changed! You create them, test them and then you are married to them for life.

How an “Emotional Connection” with Customers is Helping Companies Win the Battle for Organic...

While CEOs of S&P 500 companies are overwhelmingly seeing tepid revenue growth and declining profits, a few highly innovative companies are successfully accelerating organic growth by building emotional connections with customers.

3 Ways to Create a Data-Driven Digital Enterprise Culture

Executives and marketers alike often throw around terms like “data-driven” and “company culture”—just not in the same sentence. Today, the behaviors reinforced by a company’s culture aren’t consistently followed when it comes to employees’ use and management of data, and that poses a major challenge.

One Mid-Market Firm’s Secrets to Creating the Ultimate Work Culture

Ultimate Software is a fast-growing provider of human-resources software and payroll solutions, so the Weston, Fla.-based company should know a lot about dealing with employees.

3 Ways Corporate Boards Can Have a Direct Impact on Company Culture

Regulators are increasingly focusing on culture as a critical driver for corporate compliance, and board members should take note of this trend.

3 Ways Corporate Boards Can Have a Direct Impact on Company Culture

Regulators are increasingly focusing on culture as a critical driver for corporate compliance, and board members should take note of this trend.

Barnes Group CEO Patrick Dempsey Discusses Culture’s Role in Operational Excellence

America’s manufacturing sector will likely require an estimated 3.4 million workers over the next decade with over 2 million of these jobs expected to remain unfilled due to a shortage of people with the skills necessary to operate in a 21st-century manufacturing environment.

3 Teamwork Lessons from a Business Leader Who Attended a Navy SEAL Boot Camp

Navy SEALS are the ultimate team. Through precision teamwork, they accomplish almost impossible feats, like safely hunting down Osama bin Laden at night in a foreign country. But while each SEAL is a formidable fighting machine, it’s the team that does the truly amazing things.

Why Cultural Breakdowns Lead to Scandal

There were plenty of news stories throughout 2016 that kept business leaders wondering, how deep within the corporate culture did deceptions live? And how do they fester long enough to explode into these kinds of ethical issues?

How Culture Creates Competitive Advantage

Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly shares practices and insights on getting the right people on board.
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CEO Confidence In U.S. Business Conditions Falls To Lowest Level Of 2018

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