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For many rapidly-growing organizations, hiring the best talent available is priority number one. But when done poorly, your recruiting process can cost your company more than you might expect.
All too often, the pressures of filling open positions can tempt hiring managers to cut corners in terms of culture fit in order to keep up with the growth curve. To make matters worse, the recruiting processes that have been the staple of organizational life for decades seem to serve as their own barrier to finding the best quality talent for your organization.
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Adding a pinch of horseshoes, a dab of bocce and a sprinkle of lawn bowling, Air Force Lieutenant Colonel Matt Butler created the unique and challenging new game, Rollors, that's putting a new twist to summer bbqs.
Lieutenant Colonel Matt Butler spends most of his time serving as mission crew commander of an Air Force Joint Stars E8C air-to-ground radar aircraft. But he's also the creator of what the Wall Street Journal referred to as one of the “best new lawn games you’ve never heard of.”
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Doug Bewsher, CEO of Leadspace, spent some time with me recently to share some tips on how to scale and evolve organizational culture at a tech startup.
How can rapidly growing companies scale and evolve their cultures while maintaining the things that have worked for them so far? How can startups adopt other aspects of operating that allow them to sustain themselves at scale?
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Until a few years ago, saying the “culture”-word around tech types was likely to be met with an eye roll and a prompt end to the conversation. This certainly isn’t the case anymore and it’s due, in large part, to increasing awareness that the tech industry is collectively living through some significantly disruptive transformations.
DevOps as a cultural shift within the tech community calls into question the fundamental bedrocks of how work used to be done in order to remain competitive in today’s rapidly evolving business environment.
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Understanding organizational culture as another key aspect of shaping M&A integration success.
As anyone who has experienced the reality of a transaction knows, the road to living up to financial expectations of a merger or acquisition can be fraught with any number of land mines. And one of the more overlooked derailing factors to consider is organizational culture.
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The latest by Brad Blevins on Talentculture.com.
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Imagine your business perfecting a method of working that allows you to enhance your performance exponentially faster than your competitors. One that helps keep your talent informed, engaged, and helps foster an open, collaborative culture that drives significant performance gains.

In tech this isn’t a dream, it’s happening via DevOps.
Imagine your business perfecting a method of working that allows you to enhance your performance exponentially faster than your competitors. In tech this isn’t a dream, it’s happening via DevOps, the most recent evolution of working, and it’s something that the industry has increasingly been moving toward over the last few years.
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Finding ways to engage your team in ways that allow for collective learning about what works and what doesn't is beneficial in helping to solidify how work gets done in startups.
It doesn’t take a genius to realize that it’s going to take more than a beer keg and an in-house masseuse to drive sustained performance of your startup. What can you do to shape a more meaningful culture for your rapidly growing company?
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The war on talent. What if, rather than doing everything possible to keep people no matter what, you took an alternative approach? That’s exactly what Rami Essaid, co-founder and CEO of Distil Networks, has done.
What if, rather than doing everything possible to keep people no matter what, you took an alternative approach to employee retention?
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Kris Duggan, CEO of Betterworks, chats with me about his take on bonuses.
Only 20% of employers in North America say merit pay is effective at driving higher levels of individual performance. Kris Duggan of Betterworks shares why bonuses often don't drive the performance organizations need.
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Margaret Keane, CEO of Synchrony Financial, shares her tips for leading through large-scale change with me this week on Forbes.com.
How do you effectively lead a spin-off from one of the most well known brands in the world in a highly regulated industry? And what ramifications does this have on the culture of the organization? I spoke with Margaret Keane, CEO of Synchrony Financial, to find out.
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How do middle managers not only survive, but learn to thrive in their roles?
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  • James Caldwell high school
    1988 - 1992
  • University of Delaware
    Psychology, 1992 - 1996
  • Montclair state university
    I/O Psychology, 1998 - 2001
  • Walden University
    Organizational Psychology, 2010 - 2013
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