Organizational culture matter. Indeed, organizational cultures are central determinants of the character of organizations. After all, culture is the glue that holds together all of our values, our beliefs, our sense of self, and our confidence and trust in the people around; says Jerry Haney, author in Executive Life magazine.
So, what is the organizational culture of your business? I think that most business owners may battle to answer this question. Why? Because everyone takes the organization’s culture for granted. They live the culture every day, conform to its unwritten rules, and reject the outsiders and reward those who conform.
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Innovation in companies, almost like income tax and death, is unavoidable. Indeed, companies that neglected or failed to innovate are sadly no longer with us. Or, for those not innovating, well, it’s just a matter of time…
In fact, innovation is part of our DNA. After all, we were, since we’ve started using shelters and tools, inventors and innovators. Indeed it took some extraordinary innovations, starting way back many millennial ago, that brought us where we’re now.
Innovation is something we must keep doing – especially in companies – where the stakes are high.
What is innovation?
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Fast adapting customers are leaving obstinate retailers in droves. Hence the headlines dominating retail news portals are about thousands of retail stores closing their doors. That’s happening because retail customers are adapting quickly and easily to the digital world of today.
Many retailers, on the other hand, aren’t keeping up with the changing buying habits of their customers. Indeed, they are ignorant at best and stubborn to keep on doing what they did for decades…
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