Research has shown that employees who work remotely often feel as though they are excluded from the company culture. These employees report feeling as though they are not treated equal to the colleagues and are often worried that their colleagues are working against them. As a result, if a problem occurs, almost half of remote
There are a myriad of reasons of why employees put in long hours at the office. These range from pressure from management and economic incentive to corporate culture. But perhaps the most important question is not why it is now the norm to work longer hours or who is to blame, but does it actually
Harvard Business review describes organisational culture as a system of shared assumptions, values and beliefs which govern how people behave in an organisation. Culture is learned behaviour and as leaders and executives shape culture how they behave and act has a huge impact on the culture that prevails. Culture is created by four distinct methods
In an era where customer feedback is everywhere and easily accessible in the Not for Profit industry, both donors and doers find it difficult to systematically understand the experiences and inclinations of the non-profit consumer, according to a survey carried out by Stanford Social Innovation Review. It is clear that social innovators want to understand
The business environment we find ourselves in today is extremely competitive. Organisations are now finding it incredibly difficult to differentiate themselves from their competitors, this comes as a result of vast improvements in technology and mass communication. This is why it is vital for companies to create the best culture possible in order to both
Globalisation means that our business and indeed our personal lives increasingly involve international networks. In order to leverage these networks and maximise relationships with people operating in different cultures Erin Meyer has come up with a tool called Culture Map.