Our new solution is simple, just like you can assign content to specific learners, you can assign content to a specific physical location.
What do companies that are first to market, market leaders, and prepared to meet future demand have in common? They all worked to build a culture of learning.
Outdoor Voices doesn’t just tell people to go out and be active every day — the company lives that ethos. We talked with OV’s Retail Training & Development Manager to learn more about the OV employee experience and how the company maintains a tight culture as it grows.
Today we know that people, people development, and company culture play a leading role in driving business results. In this piece, we dive into three specific ways HR helps businesses align company culture with business strategy.
We’re excited to feature a white paper on error management training from Priyanko Guchait, an accomplished professor at the University of Houston. Most recently, Priyanko received the 2018 Best Paper Award from the Western Federation Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Education.
Employees at Bonobos have something rare in retail: freedom. They act on a human-to-human basis. Adam Grant, an organizational psychologist, shared a few of their cultural anecdotes on the podcast WorkLife. We dissected his anecdotes and pulled out some actionable insights.
A serendipitous thing happened during this year’s South by Southwest. Two of our clients — Ty Haney, CEO and founder of Outdoor Voices (OV), and Chef David Chang, who opened the Momofuku restaurants — got together and recorded a show for the chef’s podcast, The Dave Chang Show.