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Be a part of it
Get it done
Do it well
Part # 1
Get it done
Delivering / sending.
Getting things done.
Wanting to win.
Wanting to be stronger / better / faster / richer / prettier.
When was the last time
you released the tiger
Dominating. Being selfish. Seeking personal enjoyment. . Being powerful. Examples Being independent. Seeking results. Being free. Getting as much as possible out of something. Seeking success. Controlling.
Freedom The Internet is a powerful mass medium for self-expression which depends on the ability of its users to speak freely.org/?page_id=1426 . http://coreinternetvalues.
org/2011/07/the-unselfish-gene/ar/1 . their actions in a free market tend to serve the common good.Freedom Because humans are self-interested and their decision making is driven by the rational weighing of costs and benefits. The Wealth of Nations. Adam Smith. 1776. http://hbr.
30% of people behave selfishly 30% Behave selfishly. 20% Choose sometimes to cooperate and other times not to. http://hbr. 50% Some treat kindness with kindness and meanness with meanness. Others cooperate even when it comes at a personal cost.org/2011/07/the-unselfish-gene/ar/2 .
compensation for the CEOs of the S&P 500 averaged 344 times the average US worker's pay. 30 years ago. http://blogs. the ratio was about 35 to 1.The Institute for Policy studies note that in 2007.hbr.org/hbr/mcgrath/2008/09/labors-looking-good-and-jack-w.html .
mckinseyquarterly. Employees help only when they expect the personal benefits to exceed the costs.In taker cultures.com/Organization/Talent/Givers_take_all_The_hidden_dimension_of_corporate_culture_3076 . https://www. the norm is to get as much as possible from others while contributing less in return.
and personally knowing many times more ." The “takers” are out for themselves.org/page/takers-and-givers Bill George .billgeorge. http://www.I have decided that you can divide them basically into two categories: "takers" and "givers.After studying hundreds of business leaders .
bloomberg. and changing the perception that it’s the individual that’s the hero. James Gorman http://www.com/news/2010-11-08/morgan-stanley-s-gorman-says-hero-culture-needs-to-change-to-limit-risks.html .Fixing the culture will require creating a compensation system that better aligns or balances shareholders’ interests and the broader society’s interests with the individual’s interests.
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Part # 2 Be a part of it Values .
Being selfless. Trying to understand people. Examples . Being generous. Caring about other people. Serving people. Helping people. Giving to others. Caring for other people. Listening to people. Involving people. Sharing ideas / knowledge / things with others. Doing something for others.
Examples . Being empathic. Being honest. Being compassionate. Thanking others. Being fair to other people. Being humble. Loving others. Supporting a cause. Supporting a community of people. Being a part of something. Seeking collaboration / cooperation. Treating people equally. Belonging to something.
” I was told. Mr. “Do we have teamwork?. http://www. one of my first questions was.” The rewards system is a powerful driver of behaviour and therefore culture. “Oh. they’re still there. yes.mckinsey.” because the new strategy crucially depended on our ability to provide an integrated approach to our customers.com/Insights/Leading_in_the_21st_century/Lou_Gerstner_on_corporate_reinvention_and_values . good. “How do we pay people?” “Oh. we have teamwork.Teamwork When I arrived at IBM. Watson put them up in 1938. we pay on individual performance. Teamwork is hard to cultivate in a world where employees are paid solely on their individual performance. Teamwork!” “Oh.” I responded. Lou. “Look at those banners up there.
be/jDIZS4IQlQk Minute 27:10 .Generosity .bending down to pick up papers and holding the door open for someone is expecting nothing in return. Simon Sinek http://youtu.
Otherwise.Giving Giver cultures depend on employees making requests. Studies show that direct requests for help between colleagues drive 75% to 90% of all the help exchanged within organizations.com/Organization/Talent/Givers_take_all_The_hidden_dimension_of_corporate_culture_3076 . it’s difficult to figure out who needs help and what to give.mckinseyquarterly. https://www.
sharing knowledge. employees operate as the high-performing intelligence units do: helping others. and making connections without expecting anything in return.mckinseyquarterly.com/Organization/Talent/Givers_take_all_The_hidden_dimension_of_corporate_culture_3076 . offering mentoring.In giver cultures. https://www.
http://hbr.org/2014/01/ideos-culture-of-helping/ar/1 . so it stands to reason that people would turn to helpers whom they can trust with their thoughts and feelings.Helping Asking for help involves at least some vulnerability.
to the many forms of support and encouragement for project teams seeking feedback on ideas. through formal design reviews.org/2014/01/ideos-culture-of-helping/ar/1 .Helping Help is embedded in the entire design process at IDEO: From the famous brainstorming sessions. http://hbr.
People working for IDEO named the 5 people who had helped them most and rated them on 3 attributes: 1. 3. Competence.org/2014/01/ideos-culture-of-helping/ar/1 . Accessibility. Trust. 2. http://hbr.
inc. My goal has been to expand opportunity to as many people as possible so they can reach their potential. What people lack is equal opportunity. http://www.com/magazine/201312/pierre-omidyar/ebay-inspiration-more-effective-than-delegation.Eqaul opportunity Everything I’ve done is rooted in the notion that every human being is born equally capable.html .
nation. gender. race or ethnicity. What is a good example of a community in which your needs are met really well? http://ssir. communities often sit within other communities.often based on neighborhood. age.org/creating_health/entry/what_is_community_anyway . hobby.Most people identify and participate in several communities . or sexual orientation. Like Russian Matryoshka dolls. faith. politics.
cambridge. http://dictionary.org/dictionary/british/compassion .Compassion A strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for the suffering or bad luck of others and a wish to help them.
altruism / fellow feeling are scarce resources that are depleted with use? Or is it more reasonable to regard them like muscles that develop and grow stronger with exercise? Michael Sandel http://youtu.like fossil fuels .Altruism Is it true that .be/ZafL7_CaMbg .
weil der Altruist die in ihnen angelegte Vorliebe zur Freundlichkeit anspricht. Dirk Helbing. http://www.ch/leben-gesundheit/psychologie/artikel/altruismus_warum-nette-am-ende-siegen/ . gibt es einen Dominoeffekt: Die Nachbarn fangen plötzlich auch an zu kooperieren. Wird er aber in der Nachbarschaft von grundsätzlich Kooperationswilligen geboren. Sie schalten von egoistischem auf kooperatives Verhalten um. hat er keine Chance – er wird ausgenutzt.beobachter.Landet ein Altruist inmitten von Egoisten.
html . Situation # 3 People act prosocially when they see that fairness is restored.Acting prosocially Situation # 1 People act prosocially when they are confronted with people they perceive to be part of their group.nzz.ch/finanzen/nachrichten/es_gibt_das_gute_durchaus_1. Situation # 2 People act prosocially when they anticipate that goodness is reciprocated with good.10664748. http://www.
slideshare.Honesty http://www.net/reed2001/culture-1798664 .
I do believe. I love the fact that I’ve made people laugh. ultimately.org/2014/03/john-cleese/ar/1 .How would you like your epitaph to read? John Cleese: My friends thought that I was reasonably kind. but the important thing. is a relatively small number of really close relationships. Nothing about your contribution to the world of humor? John Cleese: No. http://hbr. I don’t regard any of that as anything other than an amusing way of passing the time.
It’s to recognize that. sovereign beings with the same rights and responsibilities.Respect To respect another human being is to recognize their inherent equality with you. Each has inherent value. we all carry a piece of the truth within ourselves. http://morelibertynow. Each of us has something to contribute to the other. I recognize a piece of me in you. feeling. I recognize that we are both intelligent. to paraphrase Gandhi.com/liberty-human-values/ .
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Part # 3 Do it well values .
Wanting safety. Being worried. Being correct. Being consistent. Being focused. Working efficiently. Being disciplined. Being accurate. Being precise. Being cautious. Securing things. Examples .
Doing things perfectly. Being obedient. Holding on to a tradition. Reflecting / thinking. Examples . Seeking quality. Judging. Needing a process. Needing a structure. Being diligent. Seeking stability. Needing order.
Let’s figure out how long it's going to take to fix the problem and move the launch date.linkedin. does not meet her quality standard. which is about to launch. your co-worker Susan lets you know that a highly anticipated product feature. and she's worried. but we'll get through it…” Then. It'll be painful.Quality One day.com/today/post/article/20131016164310-658789-how-to-uncover-your-company-s-true-culture . Adapted from http://www. If your immediate reaction is: If Susan's worried. I'm worried. you value quality highly.
Control What are the signs that you need to control? # 1: Perfectionism You expect other people to do the work perfectly. # 3: Silence There is silence when you ask for input. # 2: Conformance Nobody dares to challenge how you think things should be done. http://smartblogs.com/leadership/2014/04/16/the-insatiable-desire-to-control/ .
1651.org/2011/07/the-unselfish-gene/ar/1 . http://hbr.Control Humans are fundamentally and universally selfish. and governments must control them so that they don’t destroy one another in the short-sighted pursuit of self-interest. Thomas Hobbes.
Be rational means to define clear objectives and evaluating whether you have achieved them or not. # 3: Suppress negative feelings. http://hbr. Chris Argyris. # 4: Be as rational as possible.4 basic values whose purpose is to avoid embarrassment or feeling incompetent # 1: Remain in control. # 2: Maximize winning and minimize losing.org/1991/05/teaching-smart-people-how-to-learn/ar/6 .
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Part # 4 Be creative Values .
Changing things. Developing things. Adapting to a new situation. Learning things. Trying new things. Examples . Thinking strategically. Creating things.
Being open-minded. Improving things. Being bold. Challenging things. Examples . Being adventurous. Being curious. Thinking creatively. Exploring.
Openness People who are open minded are receptive to fresh ideas even if those ideas challenge their strongly held beliefs.com/articles/are-you-open-minded/ . http://www.destination-innovation.
http://knowledge. Share openly on the Internet how much people are paid.Openness 2 examples 1. Invite young people to a meeting and ask them to live tweet their reactions – including what they don’t agree with. 2.edu.cn/2014/12/15/china-business-strategy/the-gary-hamel-interview-unleashing-another-revolution/ .ckgsb.
http://coreinternetvalues.org/?page_id=1418 . or company can develop and distribute a new Internet application that can be used by anyone. Any individual. organization.Openness The remarkable growth of the Internet and the limitless variety of Internet applications follow directly from the open model of Internet connectivity and standards development.
com/today/post/article/20131016164310-658789-how-to-uncover-your-company-s-true-culture . someone raises an issue during a meeting. You disagree completely with their position. If your first reaction is to speak up and say. “I don’t see it the same way.linkedin. for example. politics. Adapted from http://www.Transparency One day. here’s what I think…” then you value transparency higher than.
slideshare.Curiosity http://www.net/reed2001/culture-1798664 .
Challenge status quo 2 examples 1. 2. An organization cannot challenge the status quo if individuals cannot challenge their leaders. You have to make it possible for people to take small risks.cn/2014/12/15/china-business-strategy/the-gary-hamel-interview-unleashing-another-revolution/ . http://knowledge. Create an internal kickstarter platform.ckgsb. As a leader. you have to make it safe for people to dissent.edu.
com/103574570 .pdf http://www.com/talks/ruth_chang_how_to_make_hard_choices https://vimeo.edu/facultyresearch/research/doc.com/review/show/963181477 http://infolab.pdf http://www.edu/~jure/pub/misc/darja_clanek.edu/people/lhalverson/universal_values.stevepavlina.net/frankcalberg/questions-to-discover-your-values http://www.htm http://www.htm http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTED_85.cfm?did=55110 http://www.org/images/Schwartz_Value_Theory.goodreads.insead.slideshare.htm http://strandtheory.com/articles/list-of-values.Further inspiration https://www.stanford.ted.roch.
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