A Disciplined Approach to Renewing Our Company’s Core Values By Don Britton Founder and CEO, Network Alliance. (Reprinted with permission) These new core values guide my company’s team. They drive our mission to make IT simple and keep us focused on our vision to ensure that everyone we interact with is better off than they were before and that they love (or, at least, don’t hate) technology. The New Values… Go All the Way Be the Wingman Results through … Continue reading →
By Gayle Watson, People Ink. A great example of a leader who understands why a strong people culture is so important and how to go about building it. Dr. Williams shares the beginning of their journey in this video. It’s an exciting time to be at the UNT Health Science Center. Dr. Michael Williams, DO, MD, MBA and president of the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC), knows the power of a values-based … Continue reading →
We recently received this question from a reader: “I have a quick question…. I am working with a client to define “values.” Bought your book and discovered that the Values Team is doing much of what you suggest, which is nice to learn! However, we are getting very hung up on what is a value, vs. a strategy. I don’t find any distinguishing definitions in the book. Any help?” What are Organizational Values? This is … Continue reading →
Congratulations to Juniper Networks for making the list of World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2011. We are very pleased that one of our former clients is being recognized among the top companies in the world. 🙂 What follows is a letter written to Ann Rhoades of People Ink from Gregory Pryor, vice president of leadership and organization effectiveness at Juniper Networks.