With the rise of technology and the ability to always be connected, working from home is more possible than ever. People are striving for a better work-life balance, and remote working is seen as a potential solution. However, there are two important questions to bare. Does remote working even suit every job? In a study, […]
Steve Jobs has famously been quoted for saying “The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” Central to this is the concept of engagement – a concept that has been the focus of many research studies by both academics and consulting houses.
The general trend nowadays is to create a project regarding culture, where assessing culture becomes an annual formal event that costs organisations millions.
Culture is something which is created and resides in the minds of people. If culture is something that exists in peoples’ minds, there needs to be a different way of understanding culture, rather than through traditional Culture Assessments.
An organisation’s culture can be defined as the organisation’s prevailing ideas, values, attitudes, norms and beliefs that guide the way employees think, feel and act.
Change is inevitable and necessary these days in order for businesses and organisations to survive and thrive. Although some people embrace change, most often people feel very uncomfortable with the thought of change.