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MICROLEARNING

Transforming Company Culture Through Continuous Development
In today's workplace, a positive company culture is crucial for success, and microlearning is a key tool in shaping this culture. This innovative education approach not only transforms how employees learn but also deeply influences organizational culture. The fast pace of business change demands continuous upskilling, leading organizations to prioritize learning and development. Microlearning, along with personalized development plans and mentorship programs, is gaining traction, signaling a move from episodic training to a continuous learning journey, ensuring employees remain agile amid evolving challenges.

Understanding Microlearning in the Context of Company Culture
Microlearning is a learning strategy that involves the delivery of small, targeted pieces of content, often in the form of bite-sized modules. These short learning bursts are designed to meet specific learning objectives and can be easily consumed, making...

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The Founder of Vimeo, CollegeHumor.com, BustedTees, and TeePublic on Building Valuable Companies

Built to Sell Radio is a weekly podcast for business owners. Each week, we ask a recently cashed out entrepreneur why they decided to sell, what they did right and what mistakes they made through the process of exiting their business. Built to Sell Radio is the ultimate insider's guide to approaching the most important financial transaction of your life. 

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May 18, 92 minutes.

Josh Abramson has an impressive track record of building valuable companies. In 1999 Abramson started CollegeHumor.com, and before he could even graduate, Abramson received an offer of $9 million for the website. Abramson went on to start the popular video-sharing website Vimeo and apparel company BustedTees.com, selling his collection of companies toBarry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorpfor a reported $20 million in 2006. 

After a short stint spent reporting to Diller, Abramson left IAC and started TeePublic, an innovative online marketplace that serves as a platform for artists and...

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How to Steer a Drifting Culture

BY ROHIT KAR, ALLAN WATKINSON AND BAILEY NELSON 
Gallup Workplace
 
SOURCE: https://www.gallup.com/workplace/397034/steer-drifting-culture.aspx?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=p_social&utm_campaign=li-wk_culture-us-legen&utm_content=051923
 

In recent years, definitions of work culture -- "how we do things around here" -- have changed tremendously. Many aspects (e.g., processes, technology, workflows, training) are morphing as leaders adapt to global pressures and new employee expectations.

Some shifts are obvious, such as dramatic changes in where employees work. However, most culture change is subtle, slow and difficult to define. For example, culture change might manifest as:

  • differences in onboarding experiences and how new hires form relationships
  • shifts in team structures and workflows due to external pressures, such as supply chain concerns
  • new communication norms aimed at keeping hybrid employees connected

Culture drift may...

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