culture

  • Want Your Business to Stay Competitive? Act Like a Cat

    The disruptive nature of the marketplace today means that businesses need to be ready to change core strategies to improve the customer experience.

  • How to Help Teams Work Cross-Culturally

    No matter where your organization is located, chances are good your teams will be called upon to work with different cultures. Knowing how to navigate such interactions is critical to business success.

  • How To Ensure Your Team Lives and Breathes Operational Excellence

    The best ways to instill operational excellence into every employee’s DNA may be found at the bottom of the ocean – on a submarine.

  • CIO as Digital Leader – What Does That Look Like?

    There are a variety of opinions across the web about what the important characteristics will be for the CIO who is the digital leader.

  • Workato - Say Goodbye to Application and Data Silos Webinar
  • How Starwood Hotels is Making Process Improvement Part of its DNA

    An interview with Brian McGuire, VP Operations at Starwood Hotels, on how to bring about sustainable business transformation and process improvement.

  • What’s the Right Speed for IT?

    A Deloitte report offers considerations for CIOs to keep in mind when forming expectations around speed that is business process-related, architectural, and organizational.

  • How to Ensure Your Company is Aligned With its Strategy

    Paul Leinwand, Cesare Mainardi and Art Kleiner discuss how to bridge the gap between strategy and execution.

  • How to Break Down Barriers to Digital Transformation

    Choosing the wrong digital transformation strategy could have disastrous results.

  • Process Improvement Playbook: Overcoming the Hurdles of Manual Processes in the Workplace eBook
  • Dov Baron on Developing Fiercely Driven Teams

    Star players may walk out the door when scaling a business because they’ve lost something important – a

  • How to Effectively Manage a Culturally Diverse Global Team

    When Erin Meyer visited Tokyo with a Japanese colleague shortly after her book, “The Culture Map” was published,