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How to Use Cultural Awareness and Coherence to Shape Your Company Culture


Have you ever wondered how you can nudge your company culture in the right direction? ORGANIC agility® is an approach that we developed by working with hundreds of companies around the world. It provides a new leadership approach, models for cultural change, and insight into complexity thinking.

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Webinar | How to Improve Company Culture


Getting better results often requires a shift in organizational culture. But culture is about far more than just beanbags, table football, and free snacks. While we can’t design company culture, we can influence and monitor it. Watch | Shaping Company Culture Webinar Read more about the OrgScan™.

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Workplace Culture: How to Leverage Innovation No AI Bot Can Replace

Let's Grow Leaders

The Power of Workplace Culture in an AI Universe: A virtual conversation about Empathy and Innovation Note: This article on Workplace Culture is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of our book, Courageous Culture: How to Build Teams of Micro-Innovators, Problem Solvers, and Customer Advocates. What’s your perspective on that?”

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Building Your Company Culture: The Key To Being Lean And Successful With Angel Sanchez

Steve Farber

A lot of companies fail to scale because they think the key to scaling is to be lean. The real key is to develop your company culture. Have a culture where people are excited. The post Building Your Company Culture: The Key To Being Lean And Successful With Angel Sanchez first appeared on Steve Farber.

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A PM's Guide to Building a Culture of Product Innovation

Speaker: Bob Webber, VP Product Flow Optimization, Construx

There's a lot of innovation advice out there, but very few companies are recognized for their innovation. Innovation advice will not work if your company's culture does not encourage it. Innovation advice will not work if your company's culture does not encourage it.

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Women of D2iQ: The Key to Employee Satisfaction? The Right Company Culture


While I began at D2iQ in October 2020, I’ve only been with the company for a total of about a year and a half. I’m a boomerang – someone who left D2iQ and came back after a stint at a few other companies. The experiences I gained at those other companies were so important to my career. is a fun one.

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Keeping Culture Alive: What Recruiters Can Do While Hiring Remotely

Hacker Earth Developers Blog

With COVID came a new crisis – the inability to showcase our company culture the way we were used to. A company’s culture is way more than games and funny graffiti. These are the things that don’t make it to any company presentation but make our 9-5 worth the grind. That stopped in March. How we miss thee!

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11 Proven Ways to Turn Your Culture into a Culture of Innovation

Learn the 11 proven strategies that you can implement quickly to get every employee innovating and contributing to the growth of your company.

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Roadmaps Are Dead! Long Live Roadmaps!

Speaker: Bruce McCarthy, Co-Author of Product Roadmaps Relaunched and Founder of Product Culture

Many times, when companies are building their product roadmaps, they are not properly accounting for customer validation. As a result, companies end up falling into a “Build, Ship, Build, Ship” culture that doesn’t consciously solve their customer’s pain points. What an effective roadmap is and is not.

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Transform Product Developers Into High Performing Collaborators with These 5 Factors

Speaker: Kim Burgaard, Head of Engineering at Fernish

Developer productivity is an output of many factors, including the people on the team, company culture, processes, and tools. Aligning smart people on goals and empowering them to take ownership is a productivity superpower. Don't focus on points and velocity, but on value and outcomes.

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How King Crushes New Product Development using Data-Driven Insights

Speaker: Ian Thompson, Head of Business Intelligence at King, and Zara Wells, Strategic Customer Success Manager at Looker

Product Managers looking to leverage data to make informed product design decisions can learn a lot from renowned gaming company King, maker of Candy Crush and many other games - even if their product has seemingly no overlap with games. Taking a "human approach" to creating an organization wide data culture.

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From an Agency Serving Clients to Their Own Fintech Product

For companies who manage dozens of projects, it is necessary to attract a vast pool of professionals to deliver quality services for a huge number of clients.