Organization and Culture

Organization and Culture Building and running an organization teaches you something new every day and leaves you with a lot to share. For everything that I could not have fit well in consumer internet and personal growth heads, I put it here. That leaves this section way too generic and divergent. However, I tried to list in some of the topics I intend to cover here through articles and blog posts.

Innovations:

As much as cliche this might sound, it’s the innovations or to be precise “micro-innovation” that help organizations sustain and grow. We also discuss some innovations that are disruptive in nature and usually initiated by an external agent, a competitor or a challenger.

Organizational culture:

Where there are people, there is culture! If people are your organizations biggest asset (and I can’t think of anyone who can say no to it), then a great team culture is your biggest responsibility and challenge! There are several definitions of what constitutes an “Organizational culture”. While I am still a novice to have a voice on this, I share my learning on factors like building great culture, diversity, ethics, transparency, and workspaces.

Human Resources and Managing people:

This happens to be a vast topic. Growing a team from 6 to 200+ people have taught me a couple of things. Not everything you learn is right, there are some wrong successes too and they teach you wrong stuff! Its mind boggling to see the number of areas that one needs to address while talking about managing people. Here are some of them. The list is comprehensive, if not complete. ht, there are some wrong successes too and they teach you wrong stuff! Its mind boggling to see the number of areas that one needs to address while talking about managing people. Here are some of them. The list is comprehensive, if not complete.

Change management:

This does not apply only to billion-dollar organizations. Even if you are a startup, what worked for your company from 1-10 people will not work for 10-50, and then what worked for 10-50 will not work from 50-100! Change is a shadow of growth and varies in magnitude which may or may not be proportional to growth. Right from a Startup founder to a fortune 500 CEO needs to deal with it. Some of the critical aspects to be addressed while considering change management is Crisis management: Could be both internal or external lead by micro or macroeconomic factors.

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