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News and Articles About Culture
Creating The Right Culture For Startup Success
Building and maintaining a strong culture is much of what separates average startups from those with staying power.
5 Inexpensive Ways to Create a Company Culture Like Google's
Adding some fun can affect how team members interact with each other, build stronger relationships and, ideally, increase productivity.
5 Ways to Hire With the Company Vision in Mind
Finding candidates who can seamlessly align themselves with the company mission isn't always easy. Follow these steps to find the best fit.
Culture, or Defining How Things Get Done, Is Passed Down Through Stories
A company's culture isn't something that gets built after it "grows up." Leaders form their organizational culture from day one.
Doug and Polly White
6 Secrets to Navigating Cross-Cultural Differences
To successfully compete in today's global landscape, business leaders need to have an understanding of the cultural nuances of the different regions in which their business operates.
There's Now a Course on the Art of Selfies
A U.K. education institute is offering a class on the 'art of self-portraiture.'
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5 Steps to Getting (and Keeping) Employees Engaged at Work
Here are some crucial steps to simultaneously create a more engaged workforce while reducing turnover.
5 Unconventional Techniques for Improving Your Company's Culture
The habits and routines, systems and processes that play into a company's agenda are what determine its culture -- and ultimately, its bottom line.
Do Brands Need to 'Speak American'?
Marketers are missing out on a cultural segment of U.S. population called out as the "New Heartland," report says.
Confronting 6 Snarling Expansion Fears
Proper preparation can ease the path overseas -- and bring you the spike in business you dreamed of.
Why Are Companies Still Avoiding Telecommuting?
A growing body of evidence reveals big benefits to a formalized policy to accommodate, or even encourage, employees working from home.
Sara Sutton Fell
'Vape' Is the Oxford Dictionaries' Word of the Year
As more people are switching to electronic cigarettes, the word vape hit its peak in 2014.
Social Media Marketing
Right Business, Wrong Social Media Culture
When creating an online marketing strategy for your company, be sure to select the right platform.
3 Ways Exploring the World Challenges Thinking and Betters Business
Distancing and even detaching yourself from your everyday life provides that all so vital perspective.
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