Tag Archives: Organisational culture

New study reveals 4 trends that are affecting the happiness of your employees (Inc)

By Marcel Schwantes Traditional office dynamics have changed drastically in recent years, but some barriers remain steadfast, like the role of the chief executive officer. While today’s CEOs have evolved the conventional power dynamics between the C-suite and the other employees have made minimal progress. The CEO is seen as the face of the company […]
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4 Powerful mindsets that will help you transform company culture for the better (Inc)

Company culture is largely shaped by your company mindset, a set of beliefs and thoughts that determine how employees and leaders make decisions or think about their shortcomings. A mindset can make or break your company culture–a positive one can boost your business to new levels of productivity and profit, while a harmful mindset can […]
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3 Ways senior leaders create a toxic culture (HBR)

by Ron Carucci Whether presiding over the entire company, a function, a region, or a business unit, the people at the top of an organization have a disproportionate level of influence over those they lead. Those further down in the organization look to their leaders for cues on what’s acceptable (and what isn’t), and the […]
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One of our top 2014 MBA theses on organisational values

The impact of organisational values on the transfer of technical and non-technical knowledge in strategic alliances: a comparative study By Sukoluhle Thando Nkala Source: http://repository.up.ac.za/handle/2263/43982 Abstract: Organisations are faced with the reality of having to compete on the global market. It has therefore become critical now more than ever, for managers of these organisations to adopt […]
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