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From Enron to Google, corporate culture says a lot about an organization's character, influencing how it's perceived by customers, employees and competitors. Corporate culture is an ambiguous term: Every company has one, but its elements change depending on the setting. A positive corporate culture may express itself through happy and secure employees in a friendly environment, while a negative one may be characterized by overworked employees or ill-defined team roles. Regardless of the specifics, culture can usually be found in a company's overall philosophy and how it reflects on workplace dynamics. On a ...
Defining yourself can be a difficult task. I touched on this point last week when I implored everyone to become obsessed. It's much easier to identify yourself when your identity is out of your control. No decisions to make that way. Well, if you're still having trouble defining yourself, I highly recommend becoming caught up in fads. Remember when you used to collect beanie babies? (Oh, you know you did.) Or when you had "LiveStrong" branded on your wrist? What about now? You think you have to have a Myspace page to be original? Of course not. It's what's in ... Read More
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