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News & Insights
Our 2018 Business Culture Award winners share their stories in this 28-page booklet. Get your copy at one of our Breakfasts or register below to receive a free electronic copy.
The first Business Culture Breakfast of 2018 featured 3 inspirational case studies from the banking (Charles Stanley), housing (RHP) and technology (Revium Group) sectors, and was hosted by Squire Patton Boggs in London.
The Awards Dinner took place on Wednesday 29th November at the 5 Star Royal Garden Hotel, London, to celebrate the forward-thinking organisations who have been judged the 2017 Winners.
Business Culture Award winners Next Jump share how their reinvention of company culture and management philosophy has made them one of the few “Deliberately Developmental Organisations”.
Chair of Judges Tim Pointer spoke at myHRcareers event ‘Winning Strategies of 2018’ on Jan 31, 2018, showcasing best-in-class organisational strategies from the Business Culture Award winners.
A background on Coventry University London’s engaging simulation-based approach for students at their London campus, for which they were recognised as a Highly Commended organisation at the Business Culture Awards.
Chair of Judges Tim Pointer speaks about the importance of building future performance reliant on changing our business approach today, enhancing customer-centricity; product innovation; brand integration; colleague collaboration; or digital transformation.
Business Culture: enabler of failure or success
Chair of Judges Tim Pointer believes high-performance culture provides a reputational halo that translates into commercial advantage.
Why You Need to Nurture Your Culture
Great culture is one of the key things talented individuals look for in an organisation. Why is this and what can you do?
Launching as recently as February 2015, ROAST already employs over 50 people. Putting focus on their culture as they build the business has been instrumental to their success to date.
Celine Schillinger, Head, Quality Innovation & Engagement at Sanofi Pasteur & Business Culture Award Winner 2016 shares her insights on the impact of “volunteerism” on culture.
Business Culture Award winning Schneider Electric are celebrated for their diverse and inclusive work culture and their range of programmes promoting gender equality in the workplace.
How 5 Companies Bring Their Values to Life
Challenge your thinking by seeing how different companies have found innovative ways to create unique cultures.