Each society has its values, norms and beliefs that it practices daily. The objective of following such phenomena is common – survival, growth and prosperity. The essential part of such a social system is that it promotes interaction, social connections, knowledge sharing, consensus, collective goals, inclusivity and, most importantly, participation.Read More →

Promoting a positive organizational culture is an essential requirement for the effective management of a community pharmacy. Traveling to a distant country and observing significant cultural differences can be an awesome experience. Upon further thought and reflection, it becomes clear that even small cultural differences can lead to noticeable changesRead More →

Every Tuesday at 7 p.m., a dozen undergraduates gather in The Link to decide how Duke’s more than 350 student organizations will be funded. The group, called the Student Organization Finance Committee, is an independent arm of Duke’s student government responsible for disbursing the University’s annual student activities fund, worthRead More →

introduction Sexual exploitation and abuse and sexual harassment are rooted in systemic fractures in organizational culture.They are based on power and gender differences driven by one or more factors that place an individual at a power advantage, allowing the abuse of that advantage to manifest in various forms of powerRead More →

Let’s first define “work gamification” – it’s not about playing games, but about reinventing performance measurement and feedback systems to create positive motivational structures that trigger and maintain enthusiasm and motivation. interest in applying personal talents and innovation for the achievement of organizational goals…and for people to benefit from them.Read More →

A financial compliance routine public service commission audit published this month flagged issues regarding commissioners’ compliance with state travel policy and raised concerns about the integrity and competence of some PSC commissioners and staff. The Legislative Audit Division report says auditors encountered situations “indicating an unhealthy organizational culture and ineffectiveRead More →

Organizational culture drives performance (safety) Organizational culture involves a set of assumptions and beliefs that guide customary and traditional ways of thinking. By Peter Furst May 12, 2021 introduction People come together and join forces for a reason. To achieve the goal effectively and efficiently, they create an organization. TheRead More →

The coronavirus pandemic has completely disrupted business as we know it. The response to COVID-19 has created the unexpected need to geographically disperse our teams, reprioritize organizational goals and, most importantly, strategize for an unpredictable future. Companies rooted in a strong organizational culture leveraged their cultural “capital” by activating theirRead More →

Today’s talent can come from all over the world. Digital connectivity has melted geographic barriers, opening up a borderless talent market. Mastery of culture is essential for a successful workforce and the foundation of this fluid workplace are emotionally intelligent workers. Well-honed interpersonal skills increase cooperation and collaboration, enhancing anRead More →