WORTH READING: Mindset Matters: Corporate Attitude and Effective, Reflective Policies

 

 By Sophie Wade (Huffington Post) Change is becoming a constant and self-disruption almost a necessity to adapt, transform, and future-proof your business. Open and flexible attitudes reduce the potential struggle of executives and workers to assimilate the fundamental ongoing evolution in progress related to digitally-activated interconnectedness and the speed with which updates and iterations are occurring.

Survey: Europeans Wrestle With Managing Corporate Culture

 

 European survey: boards struggle with culture by Gavin Hinks  New research from Board Agenda, conducted in association with Mazars and INSEAD, reveals that while some boards recognise the value of corporate culture, a significant number are still grappling to give it adequate time and attention. Almost two-thirds of European company directors work on boards that either fall short of giving …

WORTH READING: Cultural Change Urged at USA Gymnastics

 

 July 10, 2017 by SCCE SUMMARY: Last fall, USA Gymnastics engaged Deborah Daniels, a former federal prosecutor, to conduct a full review of the well-being of athletes — particularly in terms of sexual abuse complaints against children. Daniels conducted 100-page report of the misconduct, which has been released to the public, concluded that the USA Gymnastics organization needs a complete cultural shift …

Value of Assessment of Corporate Culture and Practices

Assessments of Corporate Culture – Diagnose Vulnerabilities and Stimulate Improvements

 

 Value of Assessment of Corporate Culture and Practices JI FRESNO POLICE STUDY HAVING MAJOR IMPACT. According to the Fresno Bee the Josephson Institute’s 93-page study and report “Assessment of the Organizational Culture and Performance of the Fresno Police Department” (submitted December 29) has already led to major changes, JI, a nonprofit ethics organization based in Los Angeles, was commissioned by …

Role of the Ethics Officer

 

 The Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics posted a series of videos with Linda Trevino, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Ethics at Smeal College of Business, on their YouTube channel.  The videos cover topics such as: the intersection between CSR and ethics programs,  teaching business ethics, cheating in business schools, values-based vs. compliance-based ethics programs and dozens more.  The videos …