Corporate culture


Apr

13

2019
How Interim Executives Create a Winning Company Culture

How Interim Executives Create a Winning Company Culture

There are more ways than one that interim executives use to create a company culture that attracts the best talent and delivers results. These days qualified people have more employment choices than before. It’s a contrast to a decade ago where anybody looking for a job was grateful to even get an interview. Because of the shift, companies are working harder than ever to create...

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Jan

09

2019
Customer-Focused Business vs. An Operations Focused Business

Customer-Focused Business vs. An Operations Focused Business

All businesses have rules and policies governing the way they do business. While some are strict in enforcing them, others like a customer-focused business has more of a relaxed approach. A customer-focused business gives employees flexibility, and allow them to take risks to help push their performance above average. They are entirely focused on understanding potential customers, and hire and train employees to deliver the...

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Oct

29

2018
How To Achieve Great Results With Your Company Vision

How To Achieve Great Results With Your Company Vision

Executing your company vision successfully transforms your startup to a thriving corporation in no time. Every entrepreneur goes through a business startup phase. A time where there are only 5-10 employees, a workplace crammed into a small office, and where the boss is involved in each and everything. There are no defined business processes, and the employees constantly refer to their leader for information and directions on business activities....

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Jul

12

2018
Putting Muscle into Corporate Operations: Questions that Reveal Harmful Levels of Frailty in a Critical Corporate Function – Part 2

Putting Muscle into Corporate Operations: Questions that Reveal Harmful Levels of Frailty in a Critical Corporate Function – Part 2

Questions that Reveal Harmful Levels of Frailty in a Critical Corporate Operations Function “One of the tests of leadership is the ability to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency.” This is part 2 in our Putting Muscle into Operations Management series. You can review part 1 here. Recognizing there’s an issue and working towards a solution can sometimes seem like a world apart....

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Jul

15

2013

The Impact of Culture on M&A

Contributed by Allan Siposs In mergers and acquisitions, the impact of a target company’s culture can be extremely difficult for a buyer to measure, evaluate and control, and has the potential to have tremendous impact on how well the acquired company performs after the deal is completed. My experience has shown that, for a majority of M&A deals, once the deal is closed things do...

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Apr

26

2013

The Company Culture Can Makeor Break a Company

Contributed by Lisa Gallagher The fuss about “Company Culture”:  Besides impacting the bottom line; the company culture drives the firm’s ability to attract the market’s best talent.  Take Zappos, for example, where employee attrition is an industry low of 5% and 75% of Zappos customers buy from them again.  Every great leader knows that getting the right people on the bus and retaining them is...

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