Found 3 article(s) for author 'corporate culture'

The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth

The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth. Amy Edmondson, 2018, Book, “Conquer the most essential adaptation to the knowledge economy Psychological Safety at Work: How to Ensure Learning and Innovation in the Knowledge Economy offers practical guidance for teams and organizations who are serious about success in the modern economy. With so much riding on innovation, creativity, and spark, it is essential to attract and retain quality talent–but what good does this talent do if no one is able to speak their mind? The traditional culture of “fitting in” and “going along” spells doom in the knowledge economy. Success requires a continuous influx of new ideas, new challenges, and critical thought, and the interpersonal climate must not suppress, silence, ridicule or intimidate.Link

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Why Do Firms Have “Purpose”? The Firm’s Role as a Carrier of Identity and Reputation

Why Do Firms Have “Purpose”? The Firm’s Role as a Carrier of Identity and Reputation. Rebecca Henderson, Eric Van den Steen, May 2015 , Paper. “This article develops a theory in which a firm’s adoption of a prosocial purpose can increase profitability by strengthening employees’ reputation and identity–leading to higher effort and lower wages–as long as implementing purpose is costly with respect to direct monetary payoffs. Employees who value prosocial action will select into firms with a social purpose, which then become a visible carrier for these employees’ identity and reputation.” Link

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