Creating an Organization That No One Would Ever Want to Leave

You must integrate culture into everything you do.

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I Know Why Your Big Decisions Are Going to Fail

You probably ignore the source of failure, even though it’s what you can control.

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It's Time for a Culture Management Maturity Model

The first key shift you need to make in managing culture is to move from CONCEPT to PRACTICE.

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Managing Sub-Cultures

Sub-cultures can work, but you need to hold them to a high standard.

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Do you have a culture team?

Want to set up a culture team? Here’s a handy Culture Team Charter template for you.

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You Won't Improve Engagement with Slide Decks

Engagement improves when you do things, not say things.

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Catch Me Speaking Here in DC

3 appearances in DC over the next 2 weeks!

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Knowledge Economy? Sure. What about "The Collaboration Economy?"

Gig Economy. Knowledge Economy. App Economy. But the real driving force of modern biz is collaboration, so let’s figure out how best to get there.

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Data maturity through 3 lenses - strategic, operational and cultural

I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at Good Tech Fest in Chicago alongside Karen Graham, of Idealware (now part of Tech Impact), and Jenn Taylor of Deep Why Design. Our session, for this audience of pretty advanced nonprofit data practitioners, was about looking at data maturity from three different but related lenses.

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Getting Past the Lip Service around "Human" Workplaces

True “human” workplaces look and feel very different. Are you ready for that?

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The Hidden Cost of Culture Friction

We know BAD cultures hurt you, but what about the decent ones that are misaligned?

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How Do You Know If You're Doing Culture Right?

Maybe we should be auditing our culture work just like we do our financial management.

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Culture Tools Primer

This post is an excerpt from The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement. It discusses a variety of what we call “culture tools” - technologies, software, services and providers that can help move the needle when you’re starting to implement culture plays.

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Increasing Engagement Does NOT Improve Your Culture

Stop trying to fix engagement; fix your culture instead.

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How should you even define "culture?"

We need to apply something more tangible to the term, or else it becomes a “suitcase word” that everyone carries differently.

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How Does Your Culture Foster Connection?

We have to reconcile division of labor with human connection.

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The Brass Tacks of Culture Management

If you want to treat culture as the core management function that it really is, then you need to get started with the basics of culture management. Here’s your guide.

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Here would be an idea: Stop promoting assholes

It doesn’t matter how good your tech is if your managers are awful.

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Tips for Managing a Successful Remote Workforce

Connecting with one another is easier than ever in today's tech heavy world. As more jobs become centered around computer tasks, companies are adjusting their internal policies to work in favor of remote employees.

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This one quote can kill employee engagement

Profits and spreadsheets are important, but they shouldn’t be more important than human beings.

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