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Creating Meaning for Employees
Janice Fraser is CEO and co-founder of Adaptive Path, an experience design consultancy firm based in San Francisco, California and Austin, Texas. Janice is an experienced entrepreneur and in this free online course she talks in detail about how important the culture of a business is for the success of that business.
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Learning outcomes: - Understand why the culture of a business is important; - Understand how to create a meaningful culture for employees; - Understand the importance of alignment, and how it can motivate employees;
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|Course Title||Creating Meaning for Employees|
|Course Description|| Janice Fraser is CEO and co-founder of Adaptive Path, an experience design consultancy firm based in San Francisco, California and Austin, Texas. Janice is an experienced entrepreneur and in this free online course she talks in detail about how important the culture of a business is for the success of that business. She emphasises that a productive culture is one where managers create meaning for their employees. By promoting a business culture that employees can buy into they will become more motivated and work more passionately to make the business a success. Janice believes that alignment is the key factor underlying everything we do. In a business alignment means that employees are doing fulfilling work which they excel at. This course will be of great interest to all business professionals and managers who would like to gain advice and guidance about creating a successful business culture which has meaning for all employees.
|License||This course is available from Stanford OpenCourseWare through the following Creative Commons licence:|
|Release Date||17 May 2012|
|Course Duration (Avg Learner)||1-2 Hours|
|Age appropriateness||18+ Years|
|Minimum Grade/Class Level||Post-Secondary|
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