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Work From Home Policy Is A Question of Company Culture

Work From Home Policy Is A Question of Company Culture

A one-size fits all approach to WFH policies will not work. CEOs and Executive Management teams must shape WFH policy based on corporate culture. Some companies such as Automattic (WordPress owner) have operated in a 100% remote work environment since their founding (Automattic founded in 2005). Other companies perform better when employees share a physical … Continue reading Work From Home Policy Is A Question of Company Culture

Corporate Value Transparency Paves The Way For High Performance Companies

Corporate Value Transparency Paves The Way For High Performance Companies

We believe that when company's explicitly state their values it becomes easier to attract talent that is aligned with the company. Ambiguity around employee performance expectations is minimized when corporate values are clearly stated. This transparency is necessary in order for a company to achieve its full operating potential. Below we provide several example of … Continue reading Corporate Value Transparency Paves The Way For High Performance Companies

CEO Personality, Corporate Culture and Opportunity Cost

CEO Personality, Corporate Culture and Opportunity Cost

FactSet (tkr: FDS), has all of the tools - more precisely data sets - to compete with ZoomInfo (tkr: ZI), and to potentially close the valuation gap between the two companies. FactSet's platform includes data sets that are more robust than their ZoomInfo counterparts (with the exception of executive profile data), and could therefore challenge … Continue reading CEO Personality, Corporate Culture and Opportunity Cost

McDonald’s: Cultural Rot Starts At The Top

McDonald’s: Cultural Rot Starts At The Top

The drama around former McDonald's (tkr: MCD) CEO Steve Easterbrook could have been avoided if the Board had been engaged. Similarly, the company's HR function failed. Self-preservation is to blame. Ironically, McDonald's Board is at risk of being purged and HR leadership has already turned over under new MCD CEO Chris Kempczinski. How is self-preservation … Continue reading McDonald’s: Cultural Rot Starts At The Top

Defining A Winning Culture

Defining A Winning Culture

A Winning Culture Doesn't Happen by Accident "Culture" is a word of the moment that has been spoken ad nauseam, primarily by sports and business media. Sports journalists heavily used the word during the recent NFL coaching carousel. What these journalists failed to mention is that "culture" in the context of an organization is not … Continue reading Defining A Winning Culture