Culture Chat

And other musings on humanizing the workplace

The Truth-Seeking Mission of Company Culture

Charlie Judy

Measuring and understanding your workplace culture is like a truth-seeking mission. If you do it the right way, it’s not about generating a report card. It’s about uncovering workforce intelligence at the root.

You Need to Know the How

Jamie Notter

In our quest for a better culture, we move quickly to rankings and evaluating our culture as good or bad. This is often a waste of time, unless you start with understanding HOW your culture does things in the first place.

Culture Analytics for Consultants and Agencies

Maddie Grant

We are a workplace culture management firm, and we use culture analytics to help organizations solve their toughest business problems. As a partner, you can bring in our culture analytics and culture management services, in order to both deliver client value and enhance your own services.

Using Culture Analytics to Solve Business Problems

Jamie Notter

If "culture change" seems to daunting right now, then how about "solving problems."

How a Retreat Helped NBOA Focus on Culture in a New Way

Guest Post

What is it that happens when colleagues leave their everyday workplace and travel to a completely different setting to conduct their work? Find out in this guest post by a WorkXO client, the National Business Officers Association.

The Difference between Our Questions and Their Questions

Jamie Notter

If the data you get doesn't help you connect the dots, then maybe you're asking the wrong questions.

What is Culture Analytics?

Jamie Notter

There are tons of data being generated, but not enough insight, and not enough action. Not the right kind, anyway.

Culture is About How You Work. Engagement is Not.

Charlie Judy

It's time we start facing some truths about the bellwether workforce measure of employee engagement - what it stands for, what it tells us, and what it's doing...or not...to our elusive pursuit of a better workplace. 

Are You Paying Attention?

We preach the benefits of getting and staying intentional about culture. Getting intentional means - among other things - paying attention. We just learned something from a highly-successful marketing and branding firm about what paying attention can really look like. And we were stunned.

Telling the Story of Your Culture

Jamie Notter

Weaving together the complete story of your culture is more important than just having the data.

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