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Engagement & Productivity: What if you didn’t have to choose?

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Engagement and Productivity are a difficult and delicate balance. Working to improve one, does not necessarily improve the other – at least, sustainably. It can be so difficult to translate the different ‘languages’ of traditional assessment tools, activities and development outcomes into every task and every working relationship – every moment of every day – […]

If Culture eats Strategy for breakfast – Let’s make it a balanced meal

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 As it stands, breakfast really isn’t a bad analogy.  There seem to be as many ‘brands’ of culture as there are breakfast cereals.  Are you hoping to describe your organizational culture as Irresistible?  Humanistic?  Purposeful?  Happy? …Some other (mostly) ‘people-centered’ word?  Or, would you say Innovative?  Customer Service?  LEAN?  Collaborative? …Another (sort of) ‘process-oriented’ description? […]