27. Mar, 2019

More around culture ...

More venn diagrams at http://www.laurenpanepinto.com/venns.html

Found some more material related to the CULTURE topic from yesterday. It is all about people and the purpose of the company, but you can take different approaches to reach the goal:

5 Steps for Creating a Culture That Attracts and Welcomes Employees with Disabilities  https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/diversity/2019/5-steps-for-creating-culture-that-attracts-and-welcomes-employees-with-disabilities

Why you need to make your team uncomfortable from time to time   https://www.fastcompany.com/90244612/introducing-discomfort-is-effective-for-team-building 

“I believe in work-life Jenga, not work-life balance”: Here’s how Stacey Abrams gets things done   https://ideas.ted.com/i-believe-in-work-life-jenga-not-work-life-balance-heres-how-stacey-abrams-gets-things-done/ 

Working out Loud: The Coffee Test   https://workingoutloud.com/blog/the-coffee-test 

And finally in the mindset of "Stealing with pride" and learning from other people, good content and sketches:

Ryan Holmes: My Top 10 Leadership Hacks ... Ever                https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/my-top-10-leadership-hacks-ever-ryan-holmes/ 

Providing better computer science education in public schools to kids, and encouraging girls to participate, is the only way to rewrite stereotypes about tech and really break open the old-boys' club. Ryan Holmes, Canadian - Businessman Born: December 30, 1974,  https://www.linkedin.com/in/rholmes/