Posts Tagged ‘culture’

How the Coronavirus Is Driving Culture Change @ Work

TweetThe coronavirus could finally force businesses not just to change their routines, but to shift their corporate cultures, too. The coronavirus has managed to do what all the product demos, ad campaigns, and sales pitches couldn’t: It’s forcing businesses to actually shift their corporate cultures so that people can collaborate and be productive when commuting to the office is […]


The Future of Work: 4 Trends That Matter To Your Work + Life

TweetI see four significant trends impacting the future of work and I’ll describe them here, along with the implications of them for employers, workers and everyone in between. This comes from consulting with fun and interesting clients in the US, Asia and Europe in industries from telecom and technology to performance apparel, food and other […]


What You Can’t – And Probably Shouldn’t – Learn from Steve Jobs

Tweet You can’t throw a stone on the Internets right now without hitting ten dozen posts on What Steve Jobs Taught Us. Or perhaps, What We Can All Learn from Steve Jobs. Or something identical. I’ve got a problem with all this. I don’t think we have too much to learn that we can actually […]


Note to CMO: Eigen Functions and Branding Your Culture

Tweet Dear CMO: I chased an idea through Google today, looking for a reference and ended up poring through cybernetics, Eigen-behaviors, the artwork of Boetti and the writings of Heinz Von Foerester. It was the idea of the Eigen function that hit a branding nerve and has brought me out of my work-induced flow state […]