Once in a while, we like to write down our learnings and observations. We hope to inform and inspire you with our blogs on team development and company culture. Feel free to drop us a note to share your insights, start a discussion, or if you want to learn more on these topics.
Company Culture – In March 2020, Paul was co-author of the Try Catch Essentials about Professional Cultures. Try Catch combines human expertise and data science to deliver the best job matches. In this blog you’ll find a link to the 4 editions of the Try Catch Essentials about Professional Cultures.
Company Culture – Co-founder of STUDIO.WHY, Michiel Bloemendaal, is expert in empathy and trains large organizations in human centered innovation. In an interview (in Dutch) with us, he shares his ideas and insights on empathy and Company Culture.
Company Culture – It’s invisible, yet everywhere. Company Culture. It is our mission to create the best culture to grow your company. But what is Company Culture? We love to share the meanings of the most important terms in relation to Company Culture.
Company Culture – Paul Musters interviewed Charlotte van Leeuwen, founder of Bord&Stift, a company where the mission is the boss! An interesting view on leadership and Company Culture.
Company Culture – Paul Musters interviewed the Chief of Growth at the developer of the first production car that is powered by the sun: Lightyear’s Maijke Receveur!
Entrepreneurship – Top athletes have certain talents and qualities that at first sight wouldn’t really seem to benefit you as an entrepreneur. But if you look closer, athletes and entrepreneurs turn out to be quite similar.
Funding – I can hear you thinking: “I already have a good quality pitch deck, what do I need your help for?” and I understand. But did you know that your ‘Team’ slide is the second longest viewed slide in the entire deck?
Company culture – “Great company culture is crucial to success. Not only does this ring true for big organisations, it’s also of great importance to startups and scale-ups.”
Entrepreneurship – My first job as a teenager was working an assembly line over the summer holidays. There were 3 lines where people did the exact same thing
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