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Corporate Culture

Examining the Impact on Performance
Recording Date: November 20, 2008
Price: Free

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Overview

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Many corporations are increasingly aware that their corporate culture affects not only their employees but also the
bottom line.

To gain a better understanding of the effect culture has on organizations, AMA commissioned the Institute for Corporate Productivity to conduct a global survey of corporate cultures in today’s organizations.

In some companies, culture develops by default. In others, culture is developed and cultivated intentionally. The latter are the organizations that position themselves for competitive advantage by designing work environments that allow people the freedom to be their best, often leading them to outperform their competitors.

What You Will Learn

In this Webcast, Edward T. Reilly, President and CEO of American Management Association; Jay Jamrog, Senior Vice President of the Institute for Corporate Productivity; and Pauline Larkin, Founding Director of Peoplematters explore the survey findings and examine corporate culture in the context of its impact upon high-performing organizations, including:
  • Whether a positive corporate culture can be a competitive advantage in turbulent economic times
  • How changing demographics will impact corporate culture
  • Ways that leadership style influences corporate culture
  • Various impacts of decentralization upon culture
  • Characteristics of a state-of-the-art corporate culture
  • And much more

In addition, this Webcast features Neal Kulick, VP Global Talent at McDonald's, Rita Bailey, former senior executive at Southwest Airlines, CEO of QVF Consultants and other experts on corporate culture.

About the Presenters

Edward T. Reilly is president and chief executive officer of American Management Association, a leading global not-for-profit, membership-based management development, research and publishing organization. Reilly previously served as president and chief executive officer of Big Flower Holdings, Inc. Prior to that, he spent over 25 years in a variety of senior executive positions with the broadcast and book publishing groups of The McGraw-Hill Companies.

Jay Jamrog Executive Director of the Institute for Corporate Productivity

Pauline Larkin is a consultant and trainer working with clients in the areas of leadership development, performance management, organizational culture, and communication skills. She is passionate about helping individuals and teams develop collaborative relationships that enhance organizational productivity and impact positively on organization culture. She runs her own business in the U.S., working with private sector clients and the United Nations. Prior to working in the U.S., she was a founding director at Peoplematters, one of Scotland’s leading training and development consultancies.

 

Technical Requirements

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Supported OS, Browser and Additional Requirements

Microsoft® Windows® 98 SE, 2000, XP, Windows VistaTM Home Basic, Home Premium, Ultimate, Business, or Enterprise (32-bit or 64-bit editions)

  • Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher
  • Netscape Navigator 7.1
  • AOL 9
  • Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or higher

Macintosh (OS X 10.2, 10.3, 10.4)

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  • Mozilla Firefox 1.5 or higher

Linux

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Solaris

  • Mozilla 1.7 or higher

Additional Requirements:

  • Macromedia Flash Player 8 or higher
  • Macromedia Flash Player 9 or higher for Linux and Solaris
  • Minimum bandwidth requirement is 56 kb/sec

Important tip - Please allow 15 minutes prior to joining a session to conduct your set-up and testing! Dial-up connectors - please allow more time.