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Articles on Reculturing

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Melissa Daimler, Chief Learning Officer at Udemy, discusses her book ReCulturing: Design Your Company Culture to Connect with Strategy and Purpose for Lasting Success. Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan.

Interview with Melissa discussing ReCulturing ideals and the book release from 5/11/2022. Interview starts at 19:00.

In the last twenty years, Melissa Daimler has become known as one of the leading thinkers on culture. She built Learning, Organizational, and Talent Development functions for 

5 Misconceptions We Need To Unlearn About Company Culture

Melissa Daimler helps leaders design, operationalize, and scale their culture. She currently serves as the Chief Learning Officer for Udemy, where she develops learning strategies for both customers and employees.
Melissa Daimler, Chief Learning Officer of Udemy, the online learning platform, and author of the new book ‘ReCulturing’, joins Cheddar to discuss lessons she learned from trying to change WeWork’s company culture before it crashed and why it’s vital for leaders to adapt their company cultures to attract, maintain, and maximize top talent in the workforce.
Kelly talks to Melissa Daimler, the Chief Learning Officer for Udemy who has also worked for Adobe, Twitter, and WeWork. She has a new book: “ReCulturing: Design Your Company Culture to Connect with Strategy and Purpose for Lasting Success.”

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Udemy Interview on ReCulturing

In today’s workplace, leaders are keenly aware that company culture is essential to employee retention and satisfaction, and as a result, tied to company strategy and growth. But what actually goes
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No culture is static. Just like we continue to review our strategy and the associated objectives and priorities, we need to continue to iterate and evolve our culture and the associated behaviors, processes, and
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No culture is static. Just like we continue to review our strategy and the associated objectives and priorities, we need to continue to iterate and evolve our culture and the associated behaviors, processes, and

How does one define corporate culture? It might be harder to put into words than you may think. Melissa Daimler, the chief learning officer at Udemy, posed that question to company leaders in her new book “ReCulturing” and got back some … interesting responses.

The Great Resignation has put companies’ recruiting and hiring processes into overdrive. But managers often place most of their time, efforts and emphasis on hiring the right people and spend hardly any time with them once they start the job. That is a mistake.

In today’s workplace, leaders are keenly aware that company culture is essential to employee retention and satisfaction, and as a result, tied to company strategy and growth. But what actually goes