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The Science of Companies behaving awesomely

Andy Golding, Founder of Strive CBA discusses the science of companies behaving awesomely.

Andy Golding believes that since we spend most of out lives at work, it has to be a place we can enjoy being.

What Andy Golding does with Companies Behaving Awesomely is share stories, thoughts and opinions about the awesome things awesome companies do - whether it be in the space of culture or organisational structure.

One thing to get out of the way right from the start, is when we talk about companies behaving awesomely, its not about the fluffy stuff.

Andy Golding, Founder of Strive CBA

If you took away the free food, the free Friday night drinks and the laundromat service, would this still be a great place to work? Company culture is the serious stuff.

Andy Golding, Founder of Strive CBA

Company culture are things like what does trust look like in your organisation, what does communication look like in your organisation, how do you recognise great work? What is your innovation strategy?

Andy Golding, Founder of Strive CBA

She says we have Google to thank for bringing company culture to the fore.

Golding says Companies Behaving Awesomely believes in 3 things; People are our greatest asset Culture is manifested through these great people's actions and behaviours Culture is the most powerful tool in business.

The true distinguishing factor of a company behaving awesomely is a company acting on this vigorously.


This article first appeared on 702 : The Science of Companies behaving awesomely


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