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Organizational Structure: Start with Design Principles

It would be foolish to design a home without first thinking through your needs. How much living space do you need? How many bedrooms?  What style do you like? 505 more words

Organizational Performance

Breaking Organizational Silos (Part II)

In “Breaking Organizational Silos (Part I)“, silos were defined as also suggestions were provided as to how we might break the silos which may emerge in an active manner as well as in a passive manner. 582 more words

Random Learnings


Propinquity can be described as the rather obvious idea that you interact more with people near you. Not just physical nearness – it also encompases mental nearness like shared beliefs, common experiences, or a shared… 951 more words


Time to Stop Judging & Start Mentoring Millennials

Sustaining Innovation in the Millennial Age: Why Everyone is a Millennial

Originally posted on RiseSmart’s blog.  

In a four part series, innovation and “growth hacking” consultant, Lockie Andrews outlines the primary forces that drive millennial engagement – and the surprising connection between millennial-friendly cultures and innovation. 739 more words


Unlimited vacation is not the answer, Pt. 2

In last week’s post, we spoke about two alternatives to unlimited vacation: flexible and remote work arrangements. Today, we are going to cover off three more: 778 more words


5 Ways Innovative Companies Attract and Retain Millennials

Despite a volatile employment landscape, smart companies are always looking for ways to attract the next generation of talent. Engaging with Millennials, however, requires a strategic approach. 236 more words


Unlimited vacation is not the answer

If there is one topic that gets people going at a networking kibbutz, it’s unlimited vacation. .

Well, at least for the typical corporate worker, that’s what they think happens. 1,002 more words