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Why Corporate Culture is Important

February 1, 1999
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Corporate culture is important because it's the sum total of values, virtues, accepted behaviors (both good and not so good), "the way we do things around here" and the political environment of a company.
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'Ownership Cultures' Create Unity

February 1, 1999
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Employee stock-ownership plans can help prow the company's top line by inspiring workers to think and act like owners.
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The Power of Storytelling

December 1, 1998
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Storytelling in the workplace is a key to empowering employees to understand and project an organization’s core values.
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Stories Communicate Red Robin’s Culture

December 1, 1998
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Stories of unbridled passion surface everywhere—in internal newsletters, advertisements and recruitment flyers. Stories of unbridled acts are even told at every meeting.
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Top Factors That Contribute to Employees’ Sense of Purpose

November 1, 1998
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22 factors contribute to the "meaning" employees find in their work. Here is a description of two of those factors: work/life balance and fitting in.
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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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