There is a strong focus on achieving an end result. Of the six dimensions, this dimension correlates most strongly with organizational effectiveness; organizations with goal-oriented cultures are more effective than those with ...
Social media can be a difficult enough thing for a small business owner or even a large corporation when there is only one centralized account on each social media network for the company. When franchises are added into the mix, extra considerations and policies need to be outlined to ensure that your brand keeps a consistent voice across channels and locations.
40+ Ways to Improve Your Digital Strategy in 2014, Part One Business 2 Community Insightpool was spawned from the creative social media marketing tactics Wexler employed on his prior startup, GoRankem, where they sought to reach a wide audience on...
The office is more than a place that employees go to earn a paycheck. Relationships between employees and employers are essential in creating an efficient and successful businesses. For these relationships to flourish and employers to successfully manage employees, there needs to be some degree of trust.
The Jacobs Model , outlined in an infographic, identifies eight drivers of trust that are necessary in the workplace.
In the new book The EROS Equation, relationship expert Eve Eschner Hogan offers a set of strategies that can help strengthen good relationships and can help strained relationships (whether work-related or personal) to mend.
Most people judge their own ethics more leniently than everyone else's. Do you do the same? Here's how to find out. Do you believe you have strong ethics? You probably do. Just about everyone answers "yes" to that question.
How can you stand out from the crowd as an entrepreneur or small business owner? Develop your credibility and visibility, and that of your company, by establishing yourself as a well-respected thought leader in your niche.
10 telltale signs of exceptional performance - and how to expose them with one straightforward interview question. In my last column, I detailed the one question that reveals everything a hiring manager needs to know to evaluate a candidate.