Category: Culture

The Multiply Relationship Manifesto

The Multiply Relationship Manifesto

Doug Booth

What’s a relationship manifesto? Well.. Have you ever been inspired by someone or something? A cause worth getting behind? A person worth supporting? What moved you to action? Think about it… Was it WHAT they were doing? Was it HOW they were doing it? Was it WHY they were doing… Read More »

Workspace Photo Perspectives

Workspace Photo Perspectives

Alyssa Bean

What does your workspace look like? They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, here’s a challenge: Take a picture of your office workspace. What does it tell you? About yourself? About your company? What are you communicating to the rest of the world? Does it align with… Read More »

Millenials Can’t Time Travel

Millenials Can’t Time Travel

Aaron Padgett

What do you mean, time travel? If you listened to a Walkman, stayed connected via pager, or know what this sound is, then there’s something that you can do that no millenial can (yet): Time travel. Before we roll the clock back ten years, quick: Do you remember your top… Read More »

The 5 Pillars of Process Iteration

The 5 Pillars of Process Iteration

Doug Booth

Ever wonder what something as simple as iteration can do to an individual? A team? A company? Look no further! Iteration is a constant. Individually, these two words are polar opposites. Iterate (to obtain successively closer approximations to the solution of a problem or to improve a system) implies movement… Read More »

Nurturing a Positive Company Culture

Nurturing a Positive Company Culture

Alyssa Bean

There’s this saying that goes, “Don’t mix business with pleasure.” Alright, I get it, personal life and professional life should be separate, but why can’t business bring pleasure? Here lies the magic of a happy you and happy employees who aren’t staring at the clock every 30 seconds itching to… Read More »

3 Tips for Effectively Training New Employees

3 Tips for Effectively Training New Employees

Ben Thompson

The start of a new job heralds a new environment, new opportunities, and new responsibilities. An exciting prospect to be sure, but also daunting due to the nitty-gritty details to be learned: What’s my specific role in this team? What am I expected to accomplish? What’s the office culture? What’s considered a faux… Read More »