Culture Chat

And other musings on humanizing the workplace

Digital Transformation in the Workplace to be Led by HR: Part 1

Kyle Fitzsimmons

HR is evolving to lead the workplace's digital transformation via new technologies, platforms and services. This department is being tasked to literally change how we work. 

In its 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report, Deloitte Insights identifies three areas where this HR-led digital transformation is taking place:

Workplace Culture and 'Meaningful Interaction': Are We Losing the Human Component of Daily Interaction?

Kyle Fitzsimmons

To say that technology has changed the way we communicate in the workplace is no longer groundbreaking, insightful or newsworthy. The rise in the remote workplace, company adoption of Skype and other web-based conferencing tools and overall reliance on the Cloud have all but rendered the traditional workplace obsolete

The Culture Chat: How to Preserve Workplace Culture in Remote Teams

Maddie Grant

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. 

The Culture Chat Podcast: The Overlooked Connection Between Collegiate Design and Workplace Culture

Maddie Grant

"As companies look to recruit the best and brightest from college campuses, they are overlooking one major factor in the attraction and retention of recent graduates— incorporating campus design elements into work environments to attract young professionals. Global infrastructure and design firm, AECOM, along with contract furniture company, KI, conducted new research on collegiate design as a driver of workplace design, and set out to examine how college students like to work and how companies can apply this style within." 

How Baby Boomers, Gen X and Millennials Differ at Work?

Maddie Grant

Tip o' the hat to Manila Recruitment for sending over this infographic, which is remarkably good compared to many we've seen about Millennials.

Did you know? You can use the Workplace Genome to understand how different generations experience your workplace.

Millennials and Entrepreneurship: Redefining a “Real Job”

Guest Post

Millennials are working to achieve their success on their own terms. Even those working in a traditional work environment are moving around until they find what they truly want. The “Digital Nomad” lifestyle, those who have built their careers on being able to work remotely from anywhere, are also making the system work for them. In a study commissioned by EY, they found, "62 percent of millennials have considered starting their own businesses, and 72 percent think startups are “essential for new innovation and jobs.”

An overwhelming number of Millennials see themselves starting their own business and believe they have an entrepreneurial mindset.

Stop Talking About Millennials and Start Talking With Them

Jamie Notter

Join me on December 6th at 1pm ET for a webinar panel discussion with three very smart Millennials as we discuss how this generation is viewing the workplace differently, particularly in the context of membership organizations.

Maximizing Millennial Engagement

Maddie Grant

Millennials are the largest generation in the history of the United States--and half of them aren’t even in the workforce yet. That means the companies that figure out how to effectively engage this generation are going to gain a significant competitive advantage in the years to come, in the form of productivity gains, lower turnover, and more innovation. But this is not about foosball tables and gourmet cafeterias. It’s about a new approach to the workplace that makes more sense to this generation. In this webinar, Millennial and culture experts Jamie Notter and Maddie Grant will explore research from their book, When Millennials Take Over, and identify specific internal capacities that companies must develop to successfully engage Millennials. They’ll also reveal some ways that you can determine just how compatible your company’s culture is with this new generation and how that can unlock potential for growth.

REGISTER HERE FOR THIS FREE WEBINAR.

The Surprising Connection between Millennials, Culture, and Growth

Jamie Notter

We're starting to put the pieces together here. Join me for a webinar on this topic on September 21st, which is part of a free virtual conference.

The Culture Chat Podcast: Caroline Miller on Grit

Maddie Grant

In this episode, we welcomed Caroline Miller, author of many books including the forthcoming Getting Grit: The Evidence-Based Approach to Cultivating Passion, Perseverance and Purpose. Her ground-breaking work in the areas of goal setting/accomplishment, grit, happiness and success provides a fascinating topic for discussion around how Grit connects with workplace culture. Check it out!

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