The formula I offered for creating and sustaining an ethical workplace culture in 2003 is still valid today. Indeed, virtuous values, actions and behavioral standards/codes can be the basis for an approach to help drive ethical organizational behavior.
Tag: Organizational Behavior
This article explores positive organizational scholarship (POS) and presents three strategies toward fostering positivity in your business practice.
Leading change is difficult. This article is for anyone who struggles with introducing a new idea into an organization.
McKenzie answers questions about keeping employees motivated through periods of change and instability.
Guidelines for evaluating whether you are a “commander,” “logical,” “imaginative,” or a “supportive” leader.
Through a case study, this article introduces an approach that measures workplace attitude without relying on the practitioner’s intuition or perception.
Neurotic management styles tend to undermine and obliterate the effectiveness of organizations and people and lead to reckless results.
A discussion of network groups hold in corporate settings and the potential impact that Generation Y managers may have regarding such groups.
Corporations that emphasize meaningful communication, willingness to serve, and common purpose will have more favorable financial and/or investment results.
Dr. Kerns discusses “virtuous values” that appear to have nearly universal appeal across cultures.
All great and influential artists. exhibit vision, courage, and creativity—this article analyzes their applicability to the subject of leadership in general.
Values drive behavior and therefore need to be consciously stated, but they also need to be affirmed by actions.
A successful Value-Based Management program requires the entire organization’s participation.
Innovation, performance, and healthy communication flourish in a “bully-free” environment.
Consider the pros and cons of the fast-growing phenomenon of telecommuting.
People who cope poorly with stress are four times more likely to become physically ill than those with coping strategies that work for them.