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Culture as a Management Practice

[fa icon="calendar'] 22-Mar-2018 09:02:11 / by Adriana Rosa posted in Carolyn Taylor, Culture change, Behaviour, Behaviour change, Behaviour management, Culture management, Symbols, Managing behaviours, Humberto Branco

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On February 27th Walking the Talk in Brazil hosted a breakfast session with Walking the Talk co-founder and Executive Chair Carolyn Taylor, which triggered some great insights in the group. 

Check out the ten topics that summed up the core of our conversation.

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Walking the Talk's 10 most popular articles on culture change of 2017

[fa icon="calendar'] 20-Dec-2017 18:59:00 / by Walking the Talk posted in Leadership team, Measuring culture, Carolyn Taylor, Culture change, Leadership, Behaviour, Corporate culture, Leading culture, Innovation, Amanda Fajak, Jerome Parisse-Brassens, Humberto Branco

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2017 has been a busy year for Walking the Talk, as more and more people and organisations realise the importance of culture in the workplace. 

As ever, our blog has continued to offer valuable insights into culture transformation.  To finish off the year, we've rounded up some of the most popular posts penned by our culture change experts. 

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Culture leadership: '2016 - the year Brazil should never forget.'

[fa icon="calendar'] 12-Jan-2017 12:48:23 / by Humberto Branco posted in Leadership, Brazil, Culture management, Humberto Branco

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2016 was quite a year. Here in Brazil, there have been many comments over the last few weeks along the lines of “is 2016 over yet?” and “2017 can’t come any sooner!”. Now that January is here, the talk is that 2016 “is a year to be forgotten”.

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Rio 2016 Olympics Opening Ceremony: Is what you see what you get?

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Aug-2016 14:58:26 / by Humberto Branco posted in Change, Accountability, Behaviour, Brazil, Leading culture, Current affairs, Humberto Branco

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On Friday 5 August, over 3 billion people around the world had their eyes locked on Rio de Janeiro to watch the Olympics Opening Ceremony. There is no doubt about it - it was a beautiful spectacle. Headlines throughout the world the following day congratulated Brazil for a truly amazing show. As the Washington Post said, “Rio was basking in what it does best. This is a country expert in revelry, which every years fills its streets with dancing, stranger-kissing, inebriated glee at Carnival.”
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A tale of meta-culture: What links a real global team?

[fa icon="calendar'] 27-Oct-2015 13:48:43 / by Walking the Talk posted in Change, Behaviour, Team culture, Humberto Branco

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Here’s a familiar story: There comes a day when a big, but nationally-rooted company decides to ‘go global'. There are several reasons for this decision, some of them come from the CEO, the Board of Directors, or both. Perhaps the decision is based on the personal aspirations of one person, or on some pressure from market analysts, the stock market, or a move by one of the organisation’s competitors.
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