While minimally-appointed office spaces are typically thought to be the most productive, one study suggests that ornamentation -- via greenery -- can enhance efficiency.
Even with a startup budget, you can make changes that will make employees happy.
Leaders are wise to pay attention to how their team bears up to the demands of the job. Different people respond and cope differently to stress.
To build a great business, leaders should define the culture as carefully as an organization defines its products.
As their employer, here are four things you are expected to give to your workers, and four you aren't.
Record numbers of people like their jobs, but think they'd like a different one even better.
Small but thoughtful initiatives to enhance communication and avert tensions can significantly improve your team's results.
It might seem counterintuitive, but self-imposed limitations can unlock magic when applied properly to a team, a product or the business as a whole.
Investing money in improving company culture is often seen as frivolous. But it shouldn't be.
Not everyone is passionate about their work but everyone loves a good game.
Spice up your workplace by creating a modern space that encourages collaboration and comfort.
They're disengaged, bored and bad at what they do. Are they eating away at your company?
Companies have found success, both with employees and customers, by sharing information.