CIOReview highlights companies that are at the forefront of offering employee engagement solutions as low unemployment rates drive organizations to think creatively
Sausalito, CA – November 20, 2019 – Arnowitz Culture Agency (ACA) today announced that the company has been named one of the “10 Most Promising Employee Engagement Solution Providers – 2019” by CIOReview. ACA and nine other companies were recognized in the CIOReview HR Edition, which was published on October 21, 2019.
“The world of HR software is rapidly evolving as low unemployment rates are driving organizations to think creatively when it comes to attracting and retaining employees,” Justin Smith, CIOReview managing editor, observed in the HR Edition Editor’s Note. “Acknowledging these trends, CIO proudly presents its special edition on HR solutions providers that are transforming the business landscape with its innovative solutions. At the focus of this edition is Arnowitz Culture Agency—a company that designs, implements and provides impact metrics for solutions encompassing cultural change, employee engagement, corporate cause, talent management, and corporate communications.”
HR Tech Outlook magazine highlights the innovative employee engagement solution providers who are at the vanguard of accelerating the digital transformation of the industry.
Sausalito, CA – May 20, 2019 – Arnowitz Culture Agency (ACA) today announced that the company has been named one of the “Top 10 Employee Engagement Consulting/Services Companies – 2019” by HR Tech Outlook. In determining this year’s list, the magazine turned to a panel of chief executive officers (CEOs), chief human resource officers (CHROs), and analysts. The panel selected ACA and nine other companies “based on their passion to drive innovation in the field of employee engagement and their commitment to guiding organizations to the next level.” The 2019 list was published on April 19, 2019 in the HR Tech Outlook Employee Engagement Special edition.
“Several studies and research over the last few years have shown that organizations that dedicate themselves to employee engagement have outpaced their competitors,” Hanna Wilson, HR Tech Outlook managing editor, observed in the Employee Engagement Special edition Editor’s Note. “In this new era of new age technologies, we highlight the innovative employee engagement solution providers who are at the vanguard of accelerating the digital transformation of the industry.”
A new Chief Learning Officer Magazine article reports on a new study that concludes current corporate training programs are failing to help employees. This is actually not much of a surprise since it supports numerous other studies that have concluded the same. A new approach is really needed, and it should start by aligning with the way people actually learn and the role culture plays in this learning.
[This post is the first in a series called Exploring Cultural Intelligence written by David Arnowitz, co-founder of Arnowitz Culture Agency. The series will explore the problem and solution spaces that encompass the field of Cultural Intelligence]
Everyone agrees corporate culture development is important. But how can you tell if a culture change program is working? How can you see if there is any real business impact? How can you measure culture ROI?
David Arnowitz shares insights from his company’s successes in creating a Culture ROI framework in a video from the Shocase presents Creatively Speaking podcast series hosted by Debra Carney.
Our journey at ACA is focused on improving Corporate Culture–the expression of aspirational values into practical action. A journey fueled by our belief that individual, team and company performance can be improved in synergy with one another. We use our creativity to foster creativity in others ability to solve problems and overcome cultural divides.
The journey has seen our team explore the corporate pain points of recruiting, onboarding, career development, corporate cause, employee engagement, training, best practices, knowledge management, corporate communications, event programs, cultural intelligence and, of course, culture change. The simple truth is–culture runs through all these issues–living our values as individuals, teams, and companies by acting on our values. Let me say that again, acting on our values. It is through ‘doing’ that we can improve or lose what we cherish most in our culture. Identifying the behaviors and practices we want to improve is what true culture change (for the better) is about. From employee celebrations, meeting practices to complex customer experiences–a good culture is the way an organization can quickly adapt to any disruption and/or business problem.
We created this blog to explore the insights of global thought-leaders and the results of our culture practice:
- Investigate behaviors and habits that improve corporate culture
- Obstacles to improving culture
- Criteria for judging culture
- Role of technology in culture building
- Corporate culture ROI and impact
- Happiness metric(s) for your culture
- Culture impact on different corporate capabilities and functions
- Review culture program frameworks
The one certainty about this journey is that it will evolve and change. I am certain to return to this welcome post and all our posts, to update and refine these thoughts in light of new insights from outside and within. For this is the unchanging truth of culture–it is always changing. The real choice is how do you participate in the change.
We at ACA welcome and thank everyone that will join us on this journey!