When two companies partner together, it can result in a clash of cultures. By establishing a common set of assumptions, a mutual appreciation for the partner differences and a mechanism for taking advantage of each partner’s unique and complementary strengths, trust is formed and the clash avoided.
The results of the first GBR poll on the economy and workplace productivity are in! The majority of participants said their workplace has been affected in some way by the stress of the down economy 56% say that people are working harder to keep their jobs 15% say that people are too obsessed with what’s … Continued
This is a guest post by Charles D. Kerns, PhD, Associate Professor of Applied Behavioral Science If an organization does not perform and sustain performance it will decline over time and perhaps die. To sustain performance, a sufficient level of happiness needs to be introduced to an organization. Performance and happiness partner to help assure … Continued