HubSpot Culture Design Canvas
How HubSpot’s Culture Code treats culture as a product Several years ago, as HubSpot began to scale its business, the marketing software company realized that it was time to start talking about culture. For years, HubSpot leaders…
Are Your Company Rules Enabling Or Limiting Your People?
Workplace rules should drive clarity, not limit your team. Learn how successful companies are simplifying company rules to promote autonomy and innovation.
12 Ways to Apply the Culture Design Canvas
There are many more ways to apply the Culture Design Canvas CDC) than to map an existing culture or design a new way. Discover 12 different ways you can apply in your team or organization.
9 Secrets to Running Meetings Like the Most Successful Companies
Here are business meeting best secrets to make yours more successful. Learn how Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Netflix and more have effective meetings.
7 Ways to Promote Psychological Safety in the Workplace
The value of your team’s work depends on the value of their conversations. Here’s how to create a safe space to promote honest and constructive dialogue.
Slack Culture Design Canvas
How Slack created a people-first organization Slack started to improve how people talk to each other. However, building an “email-killer” app isn’t what turned this tech company into a huge success. Slack understood the power of…
Airbnb Culture Design Canvas
How to create a culture where anyone can belong anywhere Everyone acknowledges that Airbnb has disrupted the hospitality industry. However, what makes this company so unique is its obsession with culture. Speak to any Airbnb employee about…
Patagonia Culture Design Canvas
Mapping Patagonia’s ‘Let My People Go Surfing’ Workplace Culture Patagonia’s founder Yvon Chouinard set out to build an “un-company” ––one whose principal concern was taking care of employees, customers, and, above all else, the planet. The…
Atlassian Culture Design Canvas
Mapping Atlassian’s Open, No-Bullshit Workplace Culture Atlassian went from being an unknown Australian tech startup in 2002 to becoming a $50 billion business. The company’s success is partly based on developing a loyal customer base by…