Category Archives: Organisational Culture

Emotionally Stable Organisational Culture

I recently spoke to a dear friend of mine Paul Ter Wal in Holland about Values and Culture. It is always fascinating to see how that perspectives internationally are different and yet similar in many ways. Paul has highlighted a challenge that I have observed in Namibia so many times and, in my humble opinion, managed to find an innovative new approach to tackling it. I trust you are now interested enough to gain more information and convert that to knowledge that will move you and your organisation forward.

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Lessons from Rugby #RWC2015 – Lesson 9

#RWC2015 Lesson 9

#RWC2015 Lesson 9

The Rugby World Cup of 2015 has come to an end. It has been one of the best ever. (At least according to the BBC). More importantly, the All Blacks of New Zealand have managed to do what no other team has ever managed to do; successfully defending the World Cup. This also takes their tally to 3 World Cups, which is more than any other country.

Our lesson this week (and potentially the last one of this series): Company Culture takes you home. 

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Company Culture – Can you measure it?

Company culture

Company culture

The importance of company culture has been highlighted in recent times as something that facilitates everything from company growth to performance and everything in between. Defining company culture is hard. If you Google company culture several articles come up each with their unique take on company culture.

This article has a very helpful insight on this topic. Some articles talk about having a strong culture or a weak culture. All of this is good and well but how does it help us in making our organisations and more importantly the people in it more effective?

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