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Will Your Culture Support KM

October 1, 1998
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A total commitment from management and employees is required.
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Aristotle's Advice for Business Success

October 1, 1998
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Tom Morris, a modern-day business philosopher, discussed such time-tested ideas as truth, beauty, goodness and unity, and why HR professionals can benefit by tapping the wisdom of the ages.
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Cultural Change Is the Work-Life Solution

October 1, 1998
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Even the most progressive approach to work/life balance will fail without strong commitment from management and a culture that supports it.
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Building a Self Service Culture that Works

July 1, 1998
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Today's sophisticated employee self-service software can cut costs and produce huge gains for HR. But success hinges on more than great technology. ESS is a huge cultural shift that requires the full attention of human resources.
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Nantucket Nectars’ Recipe for Participation

May 1, 1998
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HR director Kelley Merrill shares how Nantucket Nectars’ participatory management style yields team spirit and quality beverages.
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What Makes Companies Well-loved

April 1, 1998
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The three key corporate traits employees identify as qualities that make their companies great are Inspiring Leadership, Sense of Purpose and Knockout Facilities. How well does your company perform in these areas?
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Being Cool Isn't a Sacrifice

April 1, 1998
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Those companies in which employees focus on common values and also feel free to be themselves are more successful at attracting and retaining top people.
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Can You Be Cool in Omaha The Article's Author Thinks Yes!

April 1, 1998
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The characteristics of cool companies--diversity, integrity, and respect--are universal, but there are slight differences between geographic regions in terms of the attributes of cool.
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Cool Defined

April 1, 1998
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Workforce asked several people to define cool in the corporate sense.
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