How to Maintain Institutional Knowledge When Your Company Depends on Freelancers
Every company built to last needs to preserve its institutional memory, That's tougher in the gig economy than it was in the 30-years-and-a-gold-watch economy.
Transform Your Company's 'About Page' From Jargon-Filled to Genuine
Show your company's true colors with a thoughtful and heartfelt introduction.
Not Much Grows Under the Cloud of Perfectionism
How one team discovered a better way to strive for perfection by letting go of their fear of failure.
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5 Culture Truths Every Company Needs to Learn
Maintaining a positive company culture fosters huge benefits, but it takes more that just crazy T-shirt Fridays.
Scandal-Hit Zenefits Slashes Own Valuation as it Cuts Deal With Investors
The company seeks to avoid litigation and mend damage in the wake of revelations of cheating.
11 Crucial Interview Questions to Ensure a Culture Fit
Someone cheerfully willing to learn is always a better bet than a know-it-all who will never learn to listen
How These 8 Founders Are Innovating Company Culture
Having a ping-pong table in your office doesn't absolve you of your responsibility to build a happy, productive culture.
5 Ways to Kill Your Startup's 'Office Politics' Before They Start
A company's early stages offer a golden opportunity to establish the values that will prevent discord down the road.
What Your Company Meetings Say About Your Culture
Meetings are such a frequent occurrence in companies that they are a great time for encouraging new behaviors and driving culture change.
A Culture of Curiosity Is the Key to Building a Company That Learns to Improve
Creative organizations are curious to know how they can grow the resources that grow the company.
What Happened to the Workplace? How to Make It More Human.
It's easy for organizations to strip out the human element of every process. Make sure that at your company you keep it in.
3 Principles for Building a Company That Lasts
Products come and go, but it's how you treat people, from clients to employees, that creates a firm for the ages.
What a 'Best Butt' Award Says About Bad Corporate Culture
Yes, companies have bad employees and managers, but they operate amid a culture that allows them to behave poorly.
3 Traits Cultural Keepers Must Possess
Friendliness, extra effort and a team-first attitude are traits that drive a company toward success.
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