The Future of Fork | I advocate “Quality of Life Based Management” systems and believe that the future belongs to those who are able to build social brands/companies. The dynamics of social companies lies in how well you integrate quality of life dimensions into your management and communications practices. T create the future, you need to understand what is happening today. If you fail to do so, you fail to fix today’s issues. If you fail to fix today’s issues, you build the future on a cracked infrustructure.
I’ve introduced and systematically implemented social branding management systems in large and international organizations. I don’t just talk about the benefits of moving from social responsibility toward social branding in organizations; instead I show you what works for you and why. To craft a seminer on social branding and you, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Possessing emotional health has nothing to do with how intelligent or attractive or rich you are. In fact it is possible that high achievers are the least likely to be emotionally healthy, of any group. Many emotionally healthy people have relatively low paid, low status jobs and focus more on their home than their work […]
There is a crisis of public trust in business, institutions, government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs)–global study finds. CEOs’ trust has plummeted, too. Do they really care? Most executives understand that trust is key for business growth. But to gain trust, they do very little and in baby steps. So, it makes us wonder: Do they […]
One barrier to climate change is bad choice architecture. If we frame a fee as a “carbon offset” instead of a “carbon tax,” we could move people to make more environmentally friendly decisions. This term “choice architecture” was coined by Thaler and Sunstein (2008) and refers to the practice of influencing choice by changing the […]
There’s a “queer genesis” to happiness. It doesn’t just evolve on its own, and the best place to start is at the macro level. Nations need an established history of economic stability and security.
Think about how you interact in an office.
Whatsapp? Slack? Email?
Messaging apps like Slack probably improve your workflow, but group chat is like being in an all-day meeting with random participants and no agenda.
By Fatmanur Erdogan, Hurriyet Daily News Sometimes being good just isn’t good enough. When the initial highs of success begin to fade, we almost always want more. We want to move on to even greater things. Whatever our current level, we want to reach for the next one. I think this is human nature. I don’t think I’ve ever met […]