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The purpose of The Great Workplace 2.0™ is simple: while it is happening, show core changes in great workplaces, so that start-ups, small and mid-size companies, can extract the principles that other companies are discovering. By example, grow in a healthy and sustainable fashion; return to our economy great dividends of revenue, value and innovation.read more →
It used to be said that the eyes are the window to a person’s soul now I think their social media posts are much more of an accurate view.read more →
An organization’s Purpose is Extrinsic, not Intrinsic like “Mission Statements” of the past. An organization’s Purpose focuses attention on someone or something other than itself while engaging in its own intelligent self interest.read more →
A false sense of security could be a company’s downfall if they really think their mature workers can’t afford to retire. Look at the numbers!read more →
“Participant” purposefully elevates all people, organizations and community.read more →
“time management” – there is no such thing – because TIME in and of itself, can not be “managed”read more →
“The Great Workplace 2.0” is an ongoing research and discovery project that has encompassed over 500 interviews of CEO’s, Corporate Managers, Innovators, Business and Social Entrepreneurs, the compilation of over 150 recently published books on business management for the new economy and over 100 “White papers” published by the most prestigious business consulting firms.
The “Old Model” of the characteristics of what makes up a Great Workplace (Productive Organization)/ Great Place to Work as has been celebrated by many associations, award-centric organizations and those selling insurances or other products to LARGER companies/ organizations, simply is no longer a benchmark that NEW, smaller and medium-sized organizations (where the jobs are and are created) can identify with, nor need to emulate.Much of what organizations seem to want to celebrate is how they fete "Top Talent", with little mention of how the company foundation, for the customer, is built. It seems that "Top ...
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