Organization Archive

How to facilitate real conversation in meetings?

Like I’ve said before There are no good meetings The question in Askmanager describes the usual meeting setup where you and I have been many times. How useful it is to have meetings where only status updates are shared? No discussion. No conversation. No ideas.   Try to break patterns. Meetings are not useful if they

How to convince your co-workers?

Sometimes you would like to do things completely different way than your co-workers, but they don’t believe you or are not willing to take the change. What do you do then? You can try to convince others – and you should briefly, but don’t take it personally if they don’t accept your way. It’s

Best answer to question: How to create company culture

I think Tanmay Vora has so far the best answer to question: How to create company culture? Organization culture is a reflection

Three steps to a more productive business

My blog is centered around three areas: leadership, life and productivity. Productivity doesn’t just extend to the workplace, but to the ways in which we motivate the troops and how we try to pack every minute of every day with new experiences and ideas. In this post, I’m going to show you how these

Empower Your Team and Achieve Better Results

Whatever your company’s bottom line, having a staff of unhappy employees is going to hurt it. You’ve probably witnessed the result of this scenario numerous times before. Picture this – you walk into a store or restaurant and the unmistakably miserable staff is less than courteous to you and because of this, you want

Do we really need bosses?

New republic published excellent article about Zappos. The CEO of Zappos has really invested in Company Culture and the latest adventure is a move in to holacracy. After some time Zappos does not have bosses. http://www.newrepublic.com/article/122965/can-billion-dollar-corporation-zappos-be-self-organized

10 Ways to Get Your Boss to Notice You

“It’s all about who you know.” You’ve probably heard this phrase used to help someone find a house, or a car or a job, and it’s an extremely truthful statement: there’s nothing more important in life than the relationships you share with others. This, of course, extends into the workplace. (See how we mentioned