Culture leader. Active mom. Yogi instructor in training. CutureShoc is thrilled to announce that Sarah Coakley, steward of Hyland Software’s award winning culture for the past 12 years, is now part of the herd. Excited to help other growth companies, Sarah joins CultureShoc to build stronger cultures in organizations who are in transition and desire an environment that boosts their strategic growth.
Follow these steps to create a clear path for a smooth transition
So you’ve got a plan for transition, and all the right people on board. Now what? It’s time to get things done, but who does what? And by when?
Similar to setting goals in a strategic planning session, you’ve got to reverse-engineer your transition so it can be broken down into attainable steps, each of which is reached by setting up goals and knocking them down. Clarity across your entire team comes when each person knows what he or she is responsible for, when it’s due, how to do it and why it’s important to make this happen.
Oh, wonderful (rolls eyes). Another vague article about trust, right?
Wrong. This is not about the theory of trust, how it’s defined in a dictionary, or an ode to inter-office campfire songs. It’s about the truth as it relates to business: Organizations that build and grow trust make decisions faster, have more effective meetings and succeed far more than ones that don’t.
If you’re a fan of “The Simpsons,” you know about the monorail episode. In that show, a con man tricks the town of Springfield into making worthless purchases, including an escalator to nowhere.
It’s exactly what you think. People ride it to the top … and fall off.
It’s hard to imagine something more inane, damaging and self-defeating than being on an escalator to nowhere. Yet every year, that’s where countless businesses end up when they try to make a major change and only focus on the financial costs.
Just when you thought time couldn’t go any faster, here we are again about to close the book on another calendar year. If you know us, you know that we require the weekly sharing of personal and business bests. If you’re an EOS client, you’re likely in this cadence, as well.
Now, however, we want to bring you value and talk not about us but instead share our favorites from 2016 in several categories. Enjoy!