We put a few unique organizations on a pedestal and praise them for being a “best place to work.” But for the most part, culture has been a squishy, amorphous concept. It’s time to end that. It’s time to start thinking about culture as something that’s measurable and changeable and unique to your specific organization.
Anyone can react to change. But it takes someone visionary to create change. Over more than two decades in marketing and communications, Ed Bodensiek has tried to do just that. And as a new channel partner for WorkXO, he’ll help organizations measure and manage their cultures, shifting their perspectives and making big changes along the way.
Measuring and Changing Workplace Culture in Africa
June 29, 2018
WorkXO Africa launched in June with the arrival of Jackie Palmer and Tim Willard as directors. Both have deep business experience in leadership and consultancy roles in South Africa and beyond, and look forward to applying the Workplace Genome®, a cloud-based model to measure workplace culture, to a thriving new market.
The CultureChat Podcast: Flexibility is an Outcome, Not a Program
April 26, 2018
Workplace flexibility (fka Work-Life-Balance) is not about policies and programs; it's about embedding, ingraining, and infusing the lifestyle of flexibility into our very fabric. Which is, of course, our culture. Listen to an HR leader from the trenches who is doing just that in her organization.