Strengthen Your Global Awareness and Be Excellent With Kimberly Wiefling's “Inspired Organizational Cultures"
CUPERTINO, CA – April 3, 2018 – We each have different skill sets and unique gifts. We each come from different walks of life with our own stories to share. And yet, these identifiable differences bind us all together. Our creative minds keep team members aligned.
Diversity in organizations promotes inclusion in everyone's differences. Multiple creative minds will always be better than one. That's just one concept an inspired organizational culture embodies.
Kimberly Wiefling, M.S., is the author of “Scrappy Project Management: The 12 Predictable and Avoidable Pitfalls Every Project Faces,” a founding member of Silicon Valley Alliances (SVA), founder and president at Wiefling Consulting, core team founding member at Silicon Valley Engineering Leadership Community (SVELC), faculty member at Silicon Valley TVLP, and co-founder and advisor at Embedded Works.
Kimberly earned her B.S. in physics and chemistry at Wright State University in 1984. She earned her M.S. in physics at Case Institute in 1987. She earned her Certificate in Program and Project Management at UC Santa Cruz in 1999.
As technologist with human skills and a physicist by education, Kimberly realized long ago the limits of technology devoid of human skills — the so-called “touchy feely” aspects of working in teams so vital to success and so frequently overlooked.
Know your enduring purpose in life with Kimberly Wiefling's new AHAbook, "Inspired Organizational Cultures." Globally inspired, this bilingual book contains Japanese translations. Burn bridges and discover your own potential. If you are continually in search for excellence, then this book is just right for you.
“Failure is not always a downfall. It could also be a lesson learned. We learn from our experiences, one step at a time. To be able to understand others, you’ve got to know yourself first,” says Mitchell Levy @happyabout, The AHA Guy Thought Leader at AHAthat™ (http://AHAthat.com).
Read and share AHAmessages from "Inspired Organizational Cultures" through http://aha.pub/InspiredOrgCultures #AHAthat. You can also check out the Kindle version on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Inspired-Organizational-Cultures-Discover-Engage-ebook/dp/B079ZYY4BC.
Here are a few guiding principles of a globally inspired organizational culture that you can share from this book:
DNAは組織の未来を決定づけるものではない。 あなたには組織の文化を再構築する力がある。 それで組織の運命を変えるのだ。 @kwiefling
The best stories come from the worst of times. Mine challenging times for lessons that will make you better, stronger, and wiser. @kwiefling
An organization's DNA is inherited but it isn't static. Just as in nature, beneficial mutations help you change and evolve. @kwiefling
Becoming deeply familiar with your organization's DNA increases the potential for breakthroughs and sustainable success. @kwiefling
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