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Eleven Signs You Need to Get Out of HR - upstartHR

Eleven Signs You Need to Get Out of HR - upstartHR | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
upstartHR - entry level HR, corporate culture, and human resources leadership http://t.co/m4CD4VvvL7
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Five ways to trash your credibility on LinkedIn - The Human Workplace

Five ways to trash your credibility on LinkedIn - The Human Workplace | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
LinkedIn is a great tool, but it can also trash your credibility and your brand if you aren't careful. Avoid these five moves to preserve your reputation!

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Resisting the throwaway culture - Patheos (blog)

Resisting the throwaway culture - Patheos (blog) | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
Resisting the throwaway culture Patheos (blog) Our defense of the value of each and every human life – from conception to natural death -is really about much more than drawing a line in the sand in the so-termed “culture wars.” It is not about...
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Thanks for Being a Star Performer. Now I Will Ignore You.

Thanks for Being a Star Performer. Now I Will Ignore You. | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
Most managers spend 80% of their time with those who only do 20% of the work while the top talent quietly does 80% of the workload with minimal fuss. It is easy to get distracted by the high
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John Michel's curator insight, April 12, 2014 3:15 PM

Make a conscious effort to not ignore those that make you look good everyday, even though they quietly work behind the scenes. Or, if you are a high performer yourself and could use a little attention from your boss go ahead and print this article and leave it on their desk. We won’t tell.

Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, April 12, 2014 5:59 PM

I found this in school. I would go do my job and those who seemed less capable seemed to receive attention in positive ways.

HR_Hardball's curator insight, June 18, 2014 10:26 AM

the squeaky wheel gets the oil...and the manager's attention

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Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast | TechCrunch

Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast | TechCrunch | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
I used to think corporate culture didn’t matter. Discussion of vision, mission and values was for people who couldn’t build product or sell it! We had..

Via Anne Leong
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....and it leaves room for ice cream

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Why Fostering a Culture of Compassion in the Workplace Matters

Why Fostering a Culture of Compassion in the Workplace Matters | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
According to new research by Wharton’s Sigal Barsade, demonstrating “companionate love” in the workplace is vital to employee morale, teamwork and customer satisfaction.

Via Jesse Jacoby & Emergent
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Compassion can be so powerful - empathy, sympathy, understanding...Golden Rule stuff

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Mergers and Acquisitions Culture Clashes Diagnosing and Dealing with Them

As part of our series on the role of culture in Mergers and Acquisitions, we are delighted to bring you renowned organizational psychologist, author and thou...
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A change management checklist

A change management checklist | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
Deciding what to change is one thing. Making changes stick is another. To improve your odds, use this change management checklist.

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Change Management does require some procedural safeguards

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everybody loves a #checklist

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3 Ways To Brand Yourself As A Freelancer

3 Ways To Brand Yourself As A Freelancer | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
There are more than 42 million freelance workers in the United States today.
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Why remote working may be dying | City A.M.

Why remote working may be dying | City A.M. | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
Homeworkers can be just as productive but risk missing out on the corporate culture
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Certainly there has to be a middle ground?

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Five Creative Ways to Use Social Media

Five Creative Ways to Use Social Media | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
More than a Marketing Tool Social media is more than just a marketing tool for your business. It helps us promote our products and services. As small business owners, social media is more than having…

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Moving Beyond Hierarchy - What is Working Now to Lead Through Change?

Moving Beyond Hierarchy - What is Working Now to Lead Through Change? | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it

"Letting people manage themselves actually works."

 

[It] enables people to control their own destinies... [radical decentralization is] aligned with the urgings of our selfish genes. 

From a market perspective, it’s more efficient and effective. 

From a cultural perspective, virtually every organizational innovation since the Western Electric Hawthorne studies has been aimed at fostering democracy and initiative in the workplace because it’s good for both people and the business. 

Moving to an entrepreneurial organization is just the next step. –from -  Charles Jacobs: Management Rewired

 

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Deb Nystrom, REVELN's curator insight, April 7, 2014 1:04 PM

Harold Jarche's collection of quotes and readings forecasts the evolution or creative destruction of industrial age hierarchies.
     

Take GM, for instance. It has an embedded, decades old cultural hierarchy that struggles to embrace team concepts, plant by plant. It is just now starting to happen. It affects how decisions are made and can result in problem decisions, cascading to bad press, such as the massive recall now happening.
    

Compare that to Zappos, using holacracy, and those using wirearchy as new forms of leadership.  Zappos started with a completely different baseline for how leadership will be distributed. Time will tell how growth will happen in both companies. ~ D

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Ugly airline economics are hurting Southwest's legendary culture - Quartz

Ugly airline economics are hurting Southwest's legendary culture - Quartz | Corporate Culture | Scoop.it
Ugly airline economics are hurting Southwest's legendary culture
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For years, Southwest Airlines has celebrated its differences with other airlines, starting with the way it treats its people.
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Avoiding culture clash in mergers and acquisitions

Senn Delaney Chairman Dr. Larry Senn discusses avoiding culture clash in mergers and acquisitions.
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"Cuz it's a real thing y'all...

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