Popular Organizational Culture BooksRichard Sheridan Joy, Inc. Dave Eggers The Circle Knopf, Increasingly, business consultants, scholars, and executives are coming to the conclusion that culture is the prime driver of organizational performance. In Joy, Inc. He says that Menloians willingly give their all at work because of the intrinsic rewards they derive from constantly learning new things and being granted a high degree of autonomy in how they manage their work. He offers a raft of suggestions about how to transform work into a self-managed learning experience, and how to encourage constant dialogue and discussion among all employees in the firm—including the shiest and most introverted—in order to share that learning across the company. Many of these ideas are creative, some are tried and true, and almost all are deserving of consideration.
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I had the good fortune to be a guest at the coming-out party for Kip Tindell's new book Uncontainable on October 8 at the New York Stock Exchange, where he addressed the Inc. Business Owner's Council. Kip is an enchantingly modest man imbued with a palpable missionary zeal for his company and the unique working principles on which it is based. I have spent the weekend reading his book. I would describe Uncontainable as one-third autobiography, one-third company love letter, and one-third business theology. I highly recommend any business owner with an interest in efficacious corporate culture put Uncontainable on her reading list.
That means that we have a wealth of knowledge and perspectives to inform our thinking about culture. Former U. Navy commander David Marquet describes how a culture shift turned the USS Santa Fe from the worst-performing nuclear submarine in its fleet to the best. By delegating responsibility and instilling a sense of ownership among his crew, Marquet created leaders of every rank. This is a prime example of how a culture of individual responsibility can drive measurable success within your organization. The right leadership can nurture a strong culture even in an environment with strict regulations and hierarchies.
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GloCo is not alone. Three factors play a role. First, great change leadership requires personal change on the part of leaders.
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