Discover Your DNA, Engage Your People, and Design Your Future with Kimberly Wiefling's “Inspired Organizational Cultures"
CUPERTINO, CA – June 1, 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 wrote Inspired Organizational Cultures to demystify the elusive concept of organizational culture. Kimberly continues to do the work that she does best: enabling individuals, teams, and organizations to achieve what seems impossible but is merely difficult. Her deep experience working with globalizing Japanese companies worldwide makes this book highly relevant to anyone who is determined to build effective teams across borders and boundaries of every kind.
Inspired Organizational Cultures shares how inspired, and inspiring, organizations flourish. Making the sometimes invisible concept of culture tangible and visible, its 140 bite-sized quotes take you on a journey to the roots of your history, define behaviors and practices that will engage your people, and reveal how to design a future together that fulfills your highest purpose. Discover the treasures of your organization's DNA without being trapped by your past. Explore what matters most: that priceless yet intangible essence called "organizational culture," the invisible water in which you and your colleagues swim. You will emerge as a "DNA & Cultural Ambassador," with a deeper understanding of your culture, your people, and your distinct identity as an organization.
A hardcover, paperback, and Kindle version of this book is available on Amazon. From June 1 to June 5, you can download the Kindle version of this book for free! Save the date and grab your copy: getbook.at/InspiredOrgCultures
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Here are a few guiding principles of a globally inspired organizational culture that you can share from this book:
組織の歴史は変化を制限するものではない。 DNAも組織も、時が経つにつれて必然的に変わって いく。よりよい方向に変わろう！ @kwiefling
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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