The Culture Chat Podcast: Baby Boomers' Impact on Today's Workplace
June 21, 2017
In this episode, we talked to Alex Assaley, CEO of AFS 401(k) Retirement Services. Our big question for today's conversation was, "In what ways will Baby Boomers working longer have an impact on today's workplace?"
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.
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The Culture Chat Podcast: How Mastery Can Boost Innovation in the Workplace
June 11, 2017
In this episode, we chat with Marc Lamik, Head of Innovation and Partnerships at Zalando, a European retailer making a big splash with their culture practice of Radical Agility, comprised of Purpose, Mastery and Autonomy. In this fascinating conversation, we dig into the specifics of Mastery and what that means for fostering innovation.
How a Retreat Helped NBOA Focus on Culture in a New Way
May 24, 2017
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 Culture Chat Podcast: The Overlooked Connection Between Collegiate Design and Workplace Culture
May 16, 2017
"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."