CORrecap: Corporate Culture Hacks and More
Posted on September 25, 2015
Corporate culture hacks, Minor League Baseball's contest for small business owners, Salesforce.com's origin story, workplace friendships, and six other stories we noticed among the noise this week in corporate culture, employee engagement, HR, and small business.
#### **Corporate Culture**
- This piece argues that friendships in the workplace aren't as important as they once were. (*source: The New York Times*)
- We've been hacking everything else in life, why not corporate culture? (*source: VentureBeat*) #### **HR**
- Learn from your mistakes...unless it's better to learn from someone else's. (*source: Forbes.com*)
- The trend toward higher minimum wages is great for some, and challenging for some HR professionals. (*source: BenefitsPro*) #### **Employee Engagement**
- More evidence of social media's impact on business and employee engagement: Social selling and employee advocacy's current trendiness. (*source: Business2Community*)
- Is your "inclusive" culture more than just lip service? (*source: The Washington Post*)
- Some employees are the glue that holds your organization together. They may not be the ones you think they are. (*source: Harvard Business Review*) #### **Small Business**
- Are you harnessing the power of influencers to grow your small business? (*source: Huffington Post*)
- Cool contest alert: Minor League Baseball and OnDeck® are giving lots of national exposure to their small business of the year. (*source: MiLB.com*)
- Salesforce.com shared their version of the "startup in a garage" story this week. (*source: Business Insider*)
Have a great weekend!
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