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Employee Engagement And Your Operational Strategy

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Joanne Brooks's curator insight, September 10, 2013 1:48 AM

Employee enagagement whilst not easy it vital to any business ... you just have to look at how the benefits outweigh the work... loyalty, enthusiasm, productivity, profitability, motivated... and the list goes on!

Donna Karlin's curator insight, September 10, 2013 8:52 AM

Where operational strategy meets organizational culture.

Greg Lustig's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:25 PM

To fully engage employees ,you need to make them feel that they are an 

intregral part of the process.

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Pitching Hack: It's Not What You Said, It's How You Made Them Feel @getmoreclarity

Pitching Hack: It's Not What You Said, It's How You Made Them Feel @getmoreclarity | Corporate culture, organizatonal culture | Scoop.it
Let me start with a question… What was the last power point or pitch deck you saw? Can you recall what was on slide 5?
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Leadership and Risk Culture - Forbes India

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Failure to manage risk and to develop a risk-focused culture will sink the company and the CEO.
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Revolutionize Corporate Learning: Beyond Formal, Informal, Mobile, ...

A report for business decision makers interested in abolishing traditional corporate training functions, creating instead vibrant modern collaborative cultures.

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Tom Hood's curator insight, May 28, 2013 6:55 AM

Leadership today means modeling collaboration, curation, and connecting your followers to strategic partners, customers, suppliers and sources of knowledge that can help keep your L>C. This is what we mean by "network" leadership. This learning manifesto helps put that into action. The CPA Horizons 2025 research and the most recent IBM Global CEO Study both identify "collaboration" as THE #1 skill needed for the future. How can we help our Profession get and utilize this skill better?

Esther Turón Perez 's comment, June 6, 2013 2:34 AM
Thanks Tom, yours comments are very good.The #colaboration is imprescindible to achieve good results and of course to transform the world.
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Wow amazhing
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How to Become a Thought Leader

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What is a "Thought Leader" and how do you become one?  Why is this important to career progression?  This quick video helps explain these questions and provides valuable tips on becoming an expert ...

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Ana Cristina Pratas's curator insight, May 29, 2013 6:21 AM
  • Thought Leaders don’t just talk.  They are actually doing things and teaching others what they learn.
  • Best career insurance and allows you to be a an expert in your field.
  • Host a small group or volunteer to speak at a community event.
  • Create materials that you can own and share with others.
  • Examine your experiences and the lessons learned.  There will always be people who have not yet had those experiences and looking to discover how to do things better and faster.
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Lunchtime Links: Defining 'Organizational Culture' - Associations Now

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Does your association need more agility? A change in thinking and processes can help your staff and organization flourish.
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How to build an “agile” culture - PandoDaily (blog)

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How can you begin to adopt the stance of a curious student and willing participant in transforming your organization?
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How to Identify a Wannabe Thought Leader

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Thought leadership is poorly defined and diluted by over-assignment. What does it really mean?

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Don Dea's curator insight, May 30, 2013 11:55 PM

The Wikipedia story about thought leadership, you'll find it everywhere, is that the term was coined by strategy+business editor-in-chief Joel Kurtzman, who in 1994 anointed interview subjects covered in his magazine as "thought leaders." That's all fine and good, but how the title came along as a term doesn't answer our underlying question: What makes a thought leader in the first place?

Maybe we should start in 1964. McKinsey Quarterly is first published. The publication earns a reputation among business managers as a go-to journal of strategy. It lays the pavement that publications like it later travel. Or we could visit 1981. In Search of Excellence is published (McKinsey, again). Virtually a consultant between two covers, it creates the template for the business-book bestseller.

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How to Find Out If a Company is a Cultural Fit for You

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A job is more than just a place you go and a thing you do for 8+ hours a day—you also have to deal with coworkers, bosses, office politics, and a top-down corporate culture that we too-often forget about until it rubs us the wrong way.

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The Only 6 Ways to Build a Sustainable Content Marketing Organization | Business 2 Community

The Only 6 Ways to Build a Sustainable Content Marketing Organization | Business 2 Community | Corporate culture, organizatonal culture | Scoop.it

Year after year, survey after survey, the greatest challenge facing marketers interested in content marketing is producing sufficient quality content. Last year, the Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs ran a joint survey showing that the producing content was the greatest challenge facing marketers (64% of respondents).

 

Similarly, last year, at Curata, we ran a B2B Marketing Trends Survey and found that the single greatest challenge was creating sufficient original content at 69%. Even anecdotally, if you have attempted content marketing, you have likely faced this challenge yourself. Most organizations are quick to start a new blog, and create an introductory post, followed by a few other introductory thought leadership posts, before letting it languish. Though we all know content marketing works when it’s done right, few of us, are able to pull it off.

 

The Only 6 Ways to Build a Sustainable Content Marketing Organization

 

But some organizations are able to reliably produce sufficient content on a regular basis and feed the content beast. There’s only four possible ways to do this. Here’s an overview along with the tools to use and the pitfalls to avoid....


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Knowva Consulting's curator insight, June 2, 2013 1:13 PM

From this comprehensive article:

"1. Hire a Dedicated Content Creator

2. Crowd Source Internally

3. Outsource

4. Collect User Generated Content

5. License Content

6. Curate Other People’s Content"

Jeff Domansky's curator insight, June 2, 2013 6:38 PM

Interesting look at the challenge of producing quality content and six ways to approach it.. 

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Four Prominent Energy Leaders to Discuss Culture and Strategy at EEI Annual ... - DigitalJournal.com (press release)

Four Prominent Energy Leaders to Discuss Culture and Strategy at EEI Annual ...
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As the industry environment undergoes significant changes, electric companies must shape their cultures to adapt and succeed.
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Six Principles for Developing Humility as a Leader

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Simple Living High Thinking!
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Simple Living High Thinking!

Doris Palomino's curator insight, September 11, 2013 12:05 PM

"Bluster and the alpha instinct, contends Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, professor of business psychology, often get mistaken for ability and effectiveness (at least for a while)". 

Great article. I strongly believe that no matter which leadership theory you prefer, there are some basic characteristics for any leader: humility is definitely one of them.

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Want to Motivate Your Employees? Tell Them Why Their Work Matters

Want to Motivate Your Employees? Tell Them Why Their Work Matters | Corporate culture, organizatonal culture | Scoop.it

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Keith Meyer's curator insight, September 16, 2013 10:43 PM

As a boss, employer or manager, the art of delegation of work is best achieved through proper communication, understanding of a persons capabilities, and the imparting of all relevant facts associated with the task. 

Jeffrey Ross's comment, September 17, 2013 4:16 PM
I am a real believer of "Management by Objective".
Jeffrey Ross's comment, September 17, 2013 4:17 PM
By developing clear gaols and the objectives to get there you will create a motivated group pf employees.
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The Inside and Outside View of Innovation

The Inside and Outside View of Innovation | Corporate culture, organizatonal culture | Scoop.it

 

How can companies ensure that a promising initiative receives the necessary resources? And why do so many brilliant inventions fail while other seemingly mediocre offerings succeed? Such questions are addressed in two recent books — Unrelenting Innovation: How to Build a Culture for Market Dominance, by Gerard J. Tellis and The Wide Lens: A New Strategy for Innovation, by Ron Adner. The first book concentrates on a company’s internal workings, while the latter focuses on its external environment.

 

In Unrelenting Innovation, Tellis asserts that the single most important driver of innovation in any organization is its culture, and he cites three organizational traits important for innovation: a willingness to cannibalize existing products, a risk-taking attitude and the ability to focus on the future. Many companies have a hard time commercializing radical innovations, Tellis notes, because these would hurt the company’s existing products. To counter such tendencies, Tellis offers three practices: providing the right incentives, fostering internal markets and empowering “innovation champions” within the organization.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, June 12, 2013 7:06 PM

Two recent books focus on different aspects of innovation — within and outside the organization.

ksraju's curator insight, June 13, 2013 8:50 AM

innovation is key for growth and Life echo system. every new learning or struggle for existence will create innovation.

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Employee-friendly cultures drive company success | SmartBlogs ...

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The Denver Post recently announced the results of its second annual Top Workplaces program. The rankings are based on over 32000 employee surveys from 183.
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The Cultural Web: Aligning Your Organization's Culture with Strategy - Codewit Global Network

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What is the first thing that pops in your mind when you hear the term corporate culture?
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Do you feeel a strong organizational culture is necesssary for an ...

Although this can be argued both ways, I would say that a strong organizational culture is important for the success of a business. It is possible to say that a strong organizational... (The entire answer is 236 words.) This is an ...
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Trust: The Bitcoin Of Innovative Cultures

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Organizational trust is the Bitcoin of innovative cultures.

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David Hain's curator insight, May 31, 2013 2:31 AM

I'd say it's the bitcoin of any healthy culture...

Eliane Fierro's curator insight, June 1, 2013 11:41 PM

Realmente confias en todos los de tu equipo? Esta pregunta puede cambiar profundamente tus resultados.

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Want to Change Your Culture? Run!

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Douglas Conant, former CEO of Campbell Soup, speaks with Booz & Company senior partner Jon Katzenbach about connecting with people more effectively by putting on a pair of running shoes.

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Paul Hebert's curator insight, May 31, 2013 8:23 AM

Great points in this videa - get out from behind the desk - who knew?

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Content Curation for Lead Nurturing - Marketo

Content Curation for Lead Nurturing - Marketo | Corporate culture, organizatonal culture | Scoop.it
Why marketers can and should use content curation as an effective, easy way to nurture leads.

 

Excerpt...

 

Often, the best nurturing is going to be about interesting, relevant content that other people wrote.

 

This is called Content Curation. There is much debate about the role of curated content versus original content, and I’m the last one to argue that curation should be the center of your content marketing strategy. For the purposes of building awareness and trust and generating leads, I’ll take valuable content and original thought leadership over curation any day.  But curation can play a role as part of a broad content mix — and for the purposes of nurturing relationships, I think that curation can be one of your most effective tools. The only rule is that the content MUST BE RELEVANT.


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CYDigital's curator insight, May 31, 2013 11:19 AM

This is a TREMENDOUS idea! One of the big challenges we have is creating new content on an ongoing basis that challenges and surprises the audience, especially when attempting to feed the lead nurturing process. Combine content curation with nurturing and viola: excellent approach! Please click through to read the specific examples that Jon Miller cites.


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Leadership By Virtue: Organizational culture and martial arts

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At their core people are similar no matter where they come from and which culture they belong to. http://t.co/qaSG9jwL67 #LbV #Leadership
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» Risk and return: balanced approach to corporate risk management

» Risk and return: balanced approach to corporate risk management | Corporate culture, organizatonal culture | Scoop.it
Publisher of special-interest content to the world’s leading media brands. (RT @raconteurmedia: #Risk management - a 'nerdy discipline'? Far from it. #Communications skills, empathy and a real feeling for culture!
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