• Uncorporate Culture: 3 Brilliant Books For Understanding And Developing The Right Culture.
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    In 1881, British anthropologist E.B. Tylor defined culture like this: “that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom, and any other capabilities and habits acquired…as a member of society.” Applying that to modern organizational structures then, culture could be described as “complexly interrelated systems that initially tend to reflect the beliefs and values of their founders, which are, in turn, influenced by such…

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  • NANCY’S BLOG: Working For A Living.
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    Working for a living. The conversation on the future of work is raging – I just googled the phrase and got 348,000,000 links (how’s that for a nice even number). While a giant topic to cover, this week Cultural Acupuncture took a closer look at the quality of work in the future (versus the quantity of it). Let’s start by where work fits into our lives overall? Seems Millennials, once again, have it figured out as they take the lead in defining the American Dream, prioritizing…

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  • Are Corporations the New Superheroes of the 21st Century?
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    Whether you’re the World Bank or selling soda, a moral and social imperative is emerging in which corporations are recognizing that using their considerable resources to innovating for good is no longer an option, it’s a necessity. Our beliefs are supported by London Business School Professor Lynda Gratton, an organizational change and leadership expert with 30 years experience studying corporations, who recently launched a book called “The Key:…

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