I write on creative leadership, innovation, business model innovation, team building and happiness at work. I’m looking for changemakers working on pushing corporate culture forward through creativity. On occasion, I write about stuff that doesn’t fit neatly into one of these categories.
Lessons From Sun Microsystems Creative Corporate Culture Although Netscape’s recruitment video is decades old, it’s still relevant to this day. If you want to use it in your own company, it’s readily-available on YouTube and other video sharing websites. But if you simply want to get the core lessons from the interns, employees and Jim …
Lego, the company known by kids and parents alike for its colorful building bricks, is hugely successful. Over the last four years it has enjoyed double-digit growth…..but, just ten years ago, the company was losing nearly a million dollars a day.
Bloomberg traveled to the company’s headquarters in Denmark to get a glimpse into Lego’s history, its production, its fans, the Lego family billionaires and the young boss who rebuilt one of the world’s most loved toy companies.
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