WHAT'S IN THIS ISSUE OF OBSERVE?
INTRODUCED BY DANIEL NERLICH
ODGERS BERNDTSON GERMANY
The hiring strategies that will fire up your company culture
Organisations are increasingly prioritising ‘culture add’ over ‘culture fit’ when hiring, says Natasha D’Souza.
Which unwritten culture rules make businesses great?
An open culture boosts the chances of success in today’s chaotic, rapidly-changing world, finds Steacy Sun, Partner at Odgers Berndtson, Shanghai.
Where culture takes off
Canadian airline WestJet is lauded for an extraordinary people-focused company culture built on four values, writes Louise Hoffman.
Why boards must lead on culture
Boards must take a much more active role in overseeing and assessing an organisation’s culture, reports Jonathan Arnold.
How mining is discovering a richer diversity of talent
The mining industry is transforming fast due to a combination of new technologies and workforce diversification, writes David Craik.
What a dance master can teach us about agile leadership
Nicola Müllerschön met with Akram Khan in the middle of rehearsals for his new company production.
Time to conquer change
From energy to education, organisations are shaking up working and operational cultures to address changing global landscapes writes David Craik.
New school rules
Education is being transformed by digital delivery and the growing involvement of ‘for profit’ providers, writes David Craik.
Can AI learn good manners?
Bias and stereotypes must be rooted out for next-generation AI systems to become ethically acceptable, writes Louise Hoffman.
Are energy sector leaders up for tech and renewables challenges?
Faced with major market changes, energy businesses need leaders with expertise in innovation, technology and customer focus, explains David Craik
Why tapping the neurodiverse talent pool is a smart move
Candidates with neurological conditions such as autism often have exceptional problem-solving skills and other great attributes, says Laura James.
How millennials are reshaping corporate culture
India’s fastest growing hospitality company OYO is among the businesses that have ditched tired old hierarchies writes Natasha D’Souza.
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