Tag Archives: company culture

The Future of Work Culture

WorkHuman 2017 Day Two Before employees leave an organization, there is an odd ritual that tends to take place in most organizations: the exit interview. It is then that the soon-to-be-leaving employee is asked for insights. On paper, this follows logic. A learning organization ought want to know what would make it better. But Adam […]

Jeremy Nulik Jeremy Nulik

Women In the Workplace; Adjusting as a Human Business

It has only taken me a handful of work years to discover that much needs to be done to create a better environment for women in the workplace. I am interested in helping to make change on this topic because of what I’ve experienced. What women have experienced is an obvious error in society that […]

Elaina Cokinos Elaina Cokinos

The Reverse Interview

We all know how the typical job interview goes. The interviewee is asked a series of questions such as, “What are your skills? How long have you been in the field? What are you looking for compensation-wise?…” You all know the drill. We all know these are important questions that are a necessity in the hiring process. But, if the employee is supposed to love their job, shouldn’t the interview experience be reversed/reciprocal?

Elaina Cokinos Elaina Cokinos

The Real Reason Why Productivity is Low

Our good friend, Dave Gray is featured in this fascinating article about company culture by Alexander Osterwalder. Oftentimes companies allow culture to “just happen” over time. This lack of care in the culture happens for many reasons.

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Taking the Focus on the People

The Be Human Project strives to embolden business leaders to focus not just on markets, products or margins but on the people that make an institution possible. This comes through as organizational culture – how employees, management and even C-suite executives relate to each other.

Brittany Nanney Brittany Nanney