Category Archives: Culture

You Say “Working From Home” I Say “Couch Surfing”

There’s a lot of pressure these days to be the coolest kid on the block from a culture perspective. After all, if you’re vying for the best talent you’ve got to compete against the big dogs who are going to … Continue reading

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I Wish We All Worked In Candyland

I love the Olympics and even though the London games are behind us I’m still feeling the spirit. But it isn’t because I am a huge sports fan.  To me, the best thing about the Olympics is hearing the passionate … Continue reading

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The Company Picnic: The New Cool…Again.

Why have many organizations let the company picnic become a dying art?  In this day and age is it now seen as corny?   Possibly, but I can tell you that a few weeks ago, at the annual picnic we call, … Continue reading

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Culture In Vegas Baby!

It’s no secret that I’ve been a huge fan of all things Zappo’s for years now so when I got the opportunity to head out to Vegas to attend the Delivering Happiness at Work: Make Happy Work training seminar I … Continue reading

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Culture Is Your Responsibility

Employees who work for companies that suck love to complain about how bad leadership is screwing up the corporate culture. Actually, employees who work for companies that don’t suck usually complain about this too. As much as I completely agree … Continue reading

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Big Pimpin’

I wrote a post over at Fistful of Talent a few weeks ago called Pimp My Office where I was making the point that most companies think having a cool office space would be great but they quickly give up … Continue reading

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Hackapalooza!

Ok, imagine this. Your company is a Software as a Service provider in a highly competitive field. Your engineering team is the backbone of these products- they build them, they debug them, they make them go live. You count on … Continue reading

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