Access an introduction and excerpt of Culture Your Culture: Innovating Experiences @Work on TLNT.com!
Culture Your Culture: Innovating Experiences @Work is featured in HR Magazine! It's an honor to be listed on the Best of HR Books.
Here's the text of their review:
"In Culture Your Culture Jaw-Madson shows organizations how they can systematically build culture through positive experiences at work. It's intended to be a resource for people and organizations to apply 'design thinking' to company culture, in order to create meaningful experiences. Jaw-Madson hopes that through introducing the notion and with her guidance anyone can become an expert in creating their own culture."
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When does high-performance become overwork? Mildred Culp, PhD of WorkWise asked this question in her recent column and put in a quote from Co.-'s Karen Jaw-Madson. There's a point at which high performance becomes overwork and eventually burnout. Multiplied with many people and sustained over time, there's a cultural impact. Both employees and employers share a responsibility in this, and it should be managed intentionally. Check out the column and look into how this topic applies to your company.
Co.- joined Adrian Swinscoe on his RARE Business Podcast to discuss why design thinking is part of Design of Work Experience's approach to culture work: among a number of reasons, it's people-centered, achieved through learning, iterative, experiential and necessary for good change management. We also touched on how DOWE is a form of organizational mindfulness. In the same way individuals practice this, organizations can pay attention to the present in ways that could positively impact their future. Adrian also published a companion summary article to this podcast on Customer Think, which has garnered a number of views and shares across social media.
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