The seemingly endless opinions on the New York Times Amazon exposé have brought to light an important question for people trying to establish and sustain a productive environment and positive work culture: how can anyone be sure how policies, whether formal or informal, are impacting employees? As an insider to crafting and understanding organizational culture, the answer is a simple twist on a popular expression: Ask the people, stupid!
To offset the chances of missing those important in-game opportunities after a foul (and to offset the embarrassing taunts of the seemingly prodigal players) the coaches taught us BEEF. It’s a silly acronym that resonated deeply and helped me improve my chances of adding points for the team under the pressure of watchful eyes.
As I’ve grown, I’ve noticed how BEEF can be applied to so many areas of life, especially work and reporting calls by a marketing team. Let me tell you how.
Perfect Search Media is excited to introduce a new series: the internviews! (Like, intern interviews. Interviews with our interns. You get the picture.) For our first installment, we interviewed our Summer 2015 Interns–Chase Wilson and Helen Liang.
Back-to-school season isn’t just a time for students and their parents. Check out these tips and ensure that your paid search campaigns make the grade.
Smartphones have brought us into a micro-moment driven world. Find out how your business needs to adapt accordingly in order to succeed.
I always thought I was good at managing relationships. Then I met two people who really showed me how important it is to develop strong business relationships.
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