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“How do you know if your office culture is helping, or hurting, your employees, and as a result your bottom line?” asks author Barry Saltzman in Fast Company. “See how your office stacks up against these four red flags that can make or break your company.”

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January 28, 2015 | by Mindy Hall, PhD | How new leadership succeeds or fails to restore accountability at the tarnished agency will be a high-profile case study in organizational reform.

Development is a process, not an event. Says author Jim Haudan, “Your company is only going to execute as fast or slow as your leaders’ ability to adapt to change in the marketplace and to engage their teams in the business.”

A business model is “one of those things many people feel they can recognize when they see it (especially a particularly clever or terrible one) but can’t quite define.” writes Andrea Ovans in Harvard Business Review. “That’s less surprising than it seems because how people define the term really depends on how they’re using it.”

“If you develop a bigger toolbox of mental models,” writes James Clear, “you’ll improve your ability to solve problems because you’ll have more options for getting to the right answer.”