Renewals Matter in the Culture Management Business
We know companies are using our platform to get more intentional around managing workplace culture. But (more importantly) now we know they're also using it...again and again...to STAY intentional about managing culture.
Culture is an active, evolving entity - an ecosystem, if you must - that should be measured, analyzed, and managed. Managed just like we would any other really important operating system in our business.
The Impact of Company Culture on Business Performance
The term "workplace culture" is admittedly still a bit nebulous. In fact, that is one of the problems we set out to address at WorkXO: we must give "workplace culture" a common language, make it more accessible, and learn to quantify/qualify/understand it. That said, there is still a ton of room for interpretation and perspective on this subject. And we feel like we owe it to our audience - and to the community - to share the diversity of thought on this important topic. The following is just one perspective - from an outside, non-WorkXO entity. And we're ok with that. In fact, we're cool with it. But it doesn't necessarily mean we agree with it entirely. Enjoy!
Managing Company Culture Unique to Your Organization
When it comes to company culture, there is a lot of noise and cliché around what it really constitutes. Does culture really eat strategy for breakfast? Do people really leave the culture and not the company? Is your culture your most valuable competitive asset?
The Human Element to Drive Organic Revenue Growth, Aon Finds
It should come as no surprise the vast majority of executives consider revenue growth to be a top priority, yet the catch is that not many know how to achieve it. Aon suggests organic revenue growth be a primary focus, as outlined in their recent research paper, Driving Organic Revenue Growth: What Role Should the CHRO Play?
The Culture Chat: How to Preserve Workplace Culture in Remote Teams
Remote teams are a hot topic these days, which will only become more and more important as organizations allow remote working. But how do you preserve your organizational culture when your people are in many locations? Rebecca Achurch of Achurch Consulting and Tim Sarrantonio from Neon One talk to us about their experiences in this latest episode of the Culture Chat podcast.