Organizational research has shown that culture is not just a factor of happiness and success at work, it is (or is not) happiness and success at work. What’s more, culture isn’t something that happens to us. It’s the reality we construct and perpetuate as we live and interact with other
people. It’s a critical part of our identities and how we make sense of the world and our place in it.
Culture should be deliberately planned, actively and experimentally executed, and constantly monitored for health and performance—just like software applications.
The following articles will help you and your team better understand and define your current culture and its impact on your business. They’ll teach you how to build an effective culture from the ground up and how to spot and troubleshoot problems.
This issue is broken up into three sections:
Section 1: Planning Culture.
The Principles of a Winning Culture
Inspire Your Dev Team in 5 Simple Ways
Past the Ping Pong Table: Going Beyond Perks
Section 2: Developing Culture.
The Power of Dev Ownership: 7 Tips to Eradicate Micromanaging