We recognize that the true power and potential of technology lies not in machines as such, but in the prudent and appropriate use of applications to find, process, and communicate information.
For us, technology is a tool that allows the enrichment of an organization, and we place emphasis on the following five pillars of technological integration:
Hardware and Connectivity
Scope and Evaluation
The true benefits of technology can only be achieved when all five pillars are present and have been integrated into the organizational vision.
Bringing together the best ideas
There’s a tremendous opportunity to turn the workplace into a learning place.
Grow in the awareness of yourself
Individuals with a Protean career attitude (PCA) are self-directed as they follow their careers based on personally defined career goals. They are values-driven as they shape their career in accordance with their own internal values and beliefs rather than organizational values and beliefs.
Named after Proteus, the Greek god who was able to change his shape at will, a protean career is driven by the individual, not the organization, and is reinvented by the individual from time to time as the individual and the environment change.
The path with a heart is quite compatible with the notion of “following a calling” and involves one’s own most-appreciated talents, facilitates personal development, and besides benefiting the individual and their family, it serves the community or the larger society.
Creating a culture of engagement is like gardening: It’s an organic process.
We all have our own unique personalities that set us apart from everyone else and define us. Similarly, every organization has its own vision, rules, practices and guidelines. This is essentially the organization’s personality, the organizational culture – a shared set of beliefs, values, attitudes and behaviors that influence both how people within an organization think and behave but also the decisions and direction the organization moves in.
Every business entity has a unique organizational culture that impacts strategic-planning activities. Culture is also a driver of decisions, actions, and ultimately the overall performance of the organization.
The best organizations understand their culture and take careful steps to manage and promote it effectively. Organizational culture captures the subtle, elusive, and largely unconscious forces that shape a workplace.
At the heart of culture is purpose, clarity, and passion.