Having a strong corporate culture has been shown to drive engagement and improve financial performance. But, how do you build and maintain your organization’s culture when you are missing the in-person interaction?Read the articles below to learn how to keep your digital workforce engaged.
Today’s digital economy has opened up new opportunities, but it’s also raised questions about how people and organizations will adapt and grow in this new era. This edition of The Flash Report, a podcast review of HBR.org’s Insight Center, takes a closer look at how you can successfully navigate in the digital world.
Whether it’s the rise of mobility—or the rise of the Millennial—the modern workforce is experiencing its own transformation and today’s leaders need to take notice. Despite saving companies’ overhead, it’s leaving many leaders to wonder how to manage this diverse and divergent group of employees most effectively. Here are a few things you need to keep in mind while managing your digital employees.
A survey conducted by McKinsey Quarterly highlighted three digital culture deficiencies: functional and departmental silos, a fear of taking risks, and difficulty forming and acting on a single view of the customer. Each obstacle is a long-standing difficulty that has become more costly in the digital age. Read how to solve these problems.
For the increasing number of professionals who don’t work in an office, a positive culture can be difficult to achieve. However, using the many tools now available, leaders can achieve company culture virtually. Here are a few ways you can create a winning culture for your remote teams.