HR & Corporate Culture

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09:55:37 [post_content] => Fred Kofman is Axialent’s co-founder and President. An extraordinary teacher, Fred awakens people to act with greater responsibility, integrity and courage; his ideas combine philosophical depth with practical applicability. He has created and taught programs in leadership, personal mastery, team learning, organizational effectiveness and coaching for more than 15,000 participants. His clients include industry leaders such as Microsoft, Shell, Yahoo! and General Motors.Fred Kofman holds a PhD in economics from the University of California at Berkeley, where he was distinguished as outstanding instructor. He worked as an assistant professor of Management Accounting and Control Systems at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, where he received the “Teacher of the Year” award in 1992. At MIT, he was also a senior researcher at the Organizational Learning Center, where he worked with Peter Senge. He is a founding member of the Business Branch of the Integral Institute, where he works with Ken Wilber. He is also a member of the Dharma Ocean Foundation, an organization devoted to meditation practice led by Reginald Ray.Fred Kofman has led seminars in the U.S., Europe, South America and Asia and presented his research at MIT’s Sloan School, Harvard University’s Economic Department, Harvard Business School, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, the University of California at Los Angeles and Berkeley, The London School of Economics, the University of Tel Aviv, Universidad de Barcelona, Nanyang Technological Institute of Singapore, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires, and Universidad Francisco Marroquin. He also teaches in Naropa University and the University of Notre Dame’s Executive MBA and non-degree executive education programs.His work has appeared in several publications including The Fifth Discipline Field Book, The Journal of Organizational Dynamics, Management Science and Econometrica. He is the author of the trilogy Metamanagement (Granica, 2001) and the audio program Conscious Business (Sounds True, 2002).An extraordinary teacher and well respected professional, Dr. Kofman educates and entertains audiences with his highly interactive presentations. 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Lucy aims to put the “human” back into Human Resources. After having held senior level HR roles in a variety of sectors she grew frustrated with the lack of innovation and fresh thinking in the HR profession and wanted to find new ways of tackling old problems.In speeches, Lucy discusses how to deliver real change within a large, complex organisation, and why it isn’t always popular; balancing the need for quick decisions with possible moral backlash about severance, and issues relating to employee engagement. She states that in an uncertain world, many accepted ideas of leadership aren’t up to the job and by looking at everything from management theory to neuroscience she considers fresh perspectives on leadership, employee engagement and management organisation. Lucy also addresses how businesses can deal with public scrutiny and the nature of leadership and change in organisations. 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Edmondson’s research examines leadership, learning and innovation in teams and organizations, and has been published in numerous academic and managerial articles. Her book Teaming: How organizations learn, innovate and compete in the knowledge economy (Jossey-Bass, 2012) emphasizes managing the activities that enable collaborative work across boundaries, rather than designing and managing stable teams. She is currently studying collaboration across boundaries focused on innovation in the built environment.Professor Edmondson teaches MBA and Executive Education courses in leadership, team effectiveness, and organizational learning, and a doctoral course in field research methods. She has served on 29 doctoral committees and is the author of more than 25 Harvard Business School case studies, including cases on Arup, The Cleveland Clinic, General Motors Powertrain, Prudential Financial, Simmons Mattress Company, YUM brands, IDEO product design, and NASA’s failed Columbia mission. In 2003, the Academy of Management’s Organizational Behavior Division selected Professor Edmondson for the Cummings Award for outstanding achievement in early mid-career, and in both 2000 and 2012 she received the OB division’s annual awards for the best paper published in the prior year. Her article with Anita Tucker, Why Hospitals Don’t Learn from Failures: Organizational and Psychological Dynamics That Inhibit System Change received the 2004 Accenture Award for significant contribution to management practice.Before her academic career, Edmondson was Director of Research at Pecos River Learning Centers, where she worked with founder and CEO Larry Wilson to design and implement organizational change programs in a variety of Fortune 100 companies. In the early 1980s, she worked as Chief Engineer for architect/inventor Buckminster Fuller, and her book, A Fuller Explanation, clarifies Fuller’s mathematical contributions for anon-technical audience.Edmondson received her PhD in organizational behavior, AM in psychology, and AB in engineering and design, all from Harvard University. [post_title] => AMY C. EDMONDSON [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => amy-c-edmondson [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-03-21 10:32:15 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-03-21 10:32:15 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://aurumbureau.com/?post_type=team-member&p=12685 [menu_order] => 200 [post_type] => team-member [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )[3] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 13456 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2019-03-28 15:05:32 [post_date_gmt] => 2019-03-28 15:05:32 [post_content] => Steve Cadigan is one of Silicon Valley’s hottest properties when it comes to people, talent and culture. As founder and CEO of Cadigan Talent Ventures LLC, a strategic leadership advisory firm based in Silicon Valley, he aims to help leaders and organisations worldwide develop winning talent solutions, breaking down any barriers that suffocate, limit, or impede to high performance and the evolution of talent. His specialities include assisting high growth companies with change management, acquisition integration, converting culture into a strategic advantage, leading and scaling in hyper-growth, and assisting organisations successfully through IPO transitions.With over twenty five years of leadership and executive experience in global Human Resources, Cadigan has practised HR in the US, Canada and Asia-Pacific within a variety of industries. Having led worldwide HR efforts for more than 60 M&A transactions at three global organisations since 1998, he has a deep understanding of business cycles, patterns, high growth, and what it takes to forge an organisation’s sustainability. Over the course of his career, the teams, cultures and organisations he has led and helped build have been recognised as exceptional, “world class” performers by the Wall Street Journal and Fortune Magazine.Prior to launching his own firm, Steve Cadigan served as VP Talent at LinkedIn from 2009-12, taking the company from a private firm of 400 employees through an IPO and into the powerhouse that it is recognised as today with over 5,000 employees. The groundbreaking work he did at LinkedIn as the executive responsible for culture, leadership, talent and organisational development is widely seen as a textbook example of how a company can leverage its culture to scale profitably in record time. His work in building LinkedIn’s culture led Stanford University to build a case study about it and today, it is taught to their business students.From 2004-09, Cadigan served as VP of HR at Electronic Arts and as Global VP of HR for PMC-Sierra, based in Vancouver BC from 1998- 2004. Prior to this, he was Director of HR for Cisco’s Asia Pacific region (based in Singapore) and Director of HR M&A, helping Cisco build its renowned M&A integration team, where he led over 50 acquisitions and was recognised for leading global acquisition integration practices.Steve Cadigan holds a BA in History from Wesleyan University and an MA in HROD from the University of San Francisco. Today he is a highly sought after speaker and advisor - addressing conferences around the world and speaking at schools such as Stanford University, The Ivey School of Business in Shanghai, IESE in Barcelona and the University of Sydney. In addition to teaching, he advises fast growth tech companies like Twitter and some of Silicon Valley’s leading VC firms such as Andreesen Horowitz and Greylock, and serves on the advisory board of numerous companies going through rapid growth or building disruptive products in the Talent Space. 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She has helped lead the charge of changing the traditional company structure to one based on trust and distributed authority. Delaney has been pivotal in working to deliver happiness and provide the best place for employees to work.Prior to Zappos, Delaney served in different HR leadership capacities at Wet’n Wild, Marshall Retail Group and Vegas.com. She holds a bachelor’s in communication disorders and speech sciences from the University of Colorado. [post_title] => HOLLIE DELANEY [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => hollie-delaney [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-03-21 10:27:40 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-03-21 10:27:40 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://aurumbureau.com/?post_type=team-member&p=12714 [menu_order] => 200 [post_type] => team-member [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )[5] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 12722 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2018-12-03 09:29:04 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-12-03 09:29:04 [post_content] => Robbie Kellman Baxter brings over twenty years of strategy consulting and marketing expertise to Peninsula Strategies. Her clients have included start-ups and mid-sized venture-backed companies as well as industry leaders such as Netflix, Yahoo!, Oracle and eBay. Over the past ten plus years, Peninsula Strategies has advised nearly one hundred organizations on growth strategy.A sought-after writer and keynote speaker, Robbie has presented to alumni organizations at Stanford, Harvard and Haas, as well as chapters of the Product Development and Management Association, the Business Marketing Round Table and Women in Consulting. She has been quoted on business issues in the Wall Street Journal, eCommerce Times and Tampa Bay Journal, and has been asked to write articles for American Venture, Marketing Profs and Management Consulting News.Robbie’s expertise with companies in the emerging Membership Economy extends to include SaaS models, subscription models, and the implications of social mobility. She applies marketing discipline to business strategy, whether serving as a retained advisor to the leadership team, conducting market research and validation to assess new opportunities, or developing and implementing marketing programs to identify, generate and retain new leads and customers.A longtime resident of Menlo Park, Robbie has developed strong relationships throughout the Silicon Valley community, with investors, attorneys and business leaders.Robbie received her MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and graduated with honors from Harvard College, and is an active volunteer with both institutions. 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From her 20+ years of lessons learned in culture and consulting, the proven results from transforming company cultures come back to her simple mission: to inspire science-based happiness, passion, and purpose at work, home, and in everyday life.In 2005, she created the first Culture Book for Zappos – now on its 7th edition – and has produced them ever since. In 2009, Zappos was sold to Amazon.com in a deal valued at $1.2 billion on the day of closing. Therefore, in 2011, Zappos was #6 on Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. The Culture Book has become a global symbol of how companies can successfully create cultures based on happiness and be profitable at the same time.In 2010, Jenn led the launch and management of Tony’s first book (Delivering Happiness) which sold over 220,000 copies internationally and hit #1 on numerous bestsellers list (including the New York Times, Wall Street Journaland USA Today). It was voted one of the best business books in 2010 by NPR, Inc. Magazine and the Wall Street Journal. It has remained on the New York Times list for 27 weeks and has been published in over 14 countries/languages because of her efforts.With the success of the Culture Book and Delivering Happiness, she’s spoken at companies, universities and organizations such as Twitter, Pixar, Stanford, UCLA, the Entrepreneurs’ Organization, NAWBO and the American Marketing Association. Prior to becoming CEO and Chief Happiness Officer, Jenn consulted in a number of industries, including the internet, writing and graphic design.She has helped over 350 organizations and has devoted her career to cultivate meaningful happiness in companies, communities, and cities around the world. In 2017, Jenn was selected to be on the Global Happiness Council of Work and Wellbeing with the charter to scale the impact she’s made in even more sustainable ways. You can find Jenn speaking at events around the globe, interviewing culture champions on the Delivering Happiness podcast, or starting spontaneous dance parties with her friends and family. [post_title] => JENN LIM [post_excerpt] => [post_status] => publish [comment_status] => open [ping_status] => closed [post_password] => [post_name] => jenn-lim [to_ping] => [pinged] => [post_modified] => 2019-03-21 11:27:38 [post_modified_gmt] => 2019-03-21 11:27:38 [post_content_filtered] => [post_parent] => 0 [guid] => https://aurumbureau.com/?post_type=team-member&p=12748 [menu_order] => 200 [post_type] => team-member [post_mime_type] => [comment_count] => 0 [filter] => raw )[7] => WP_Post Object ( [ID] => 12750 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2018-12-03 10:24:45 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-12-03 10:24:45 [post_content] => In 1999, at the age of 24, Tony Hsieh (pronounced Shay) sold LinkExchange, the company he co-founded, to Microsoft for $265 million. He then joined Zappos as an advisor and investor, and eventually became CEO, where he helped Zappos grow from almost no sales in 1999 to the multi-billion dollar company it is today. Back in 2009, the company was acquired by Amazon in 2009 in a deal valued at $1.2 billion on the day of closing. Tony has remained as CEO of Zappos, which operates independently of Amazon, and continues to help build Zappos as a company dedicated to customer service, company culture, and community.Tony’s book, Delivering Happiness, was published in 2010, and outlines his path from starting a worm farm to life at Zappos. Tony shows how a very different kind of corporate culture is a powerful model for achieving success and happiness. Delivering Happiness, debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.In addition to his responsibilities as CEO of Zappos.com, Tony helped start Downtown Project, a group committed to helping transform downtown Las Vegas into the most community-focused large city in the world. This transformation includes the relocation of the Zappos offices from Henderson, Nevada to what was the old City Hall in downtown Las Vegas.Tony currently lives in an Airstream on half a city block right in the middle of downtown Vegas, with his dog Blizzy and two pet alpacas who enjoy hanging out by the campfires every night. 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The name, inspired by the novel Moby Dick, evoked the romance of the high seas and the seafaring tradition of the early coffee traders.Their mission was simple, from their first storefront in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market, they were going to offer some of the world’s finest, fresh-roasted, whole bean coffees. It was going to celebrate the rich tradition of coffee and to create a feeling of connection in the coffee shop.Siegl, a former history teacher, was the only paid employee in the early days of Starbucks Coffee Company. In 1980, after ten years as Vice President, Siegl exited Starbucks, which by then had expended to six Seattle-area stores and a substantial wholesale business.Following his departure from Starbucks Siegl became a serial entrepreneur, founding Quartermaine Coffee Roasters in Washington DC, Peerless Pie in Seattle, and more recently, BuckleUp. He also started his own consulting company that serves owners of small business enterprises and aspiring entrepreneurs with advice regarding funding new companies’ growth needs, financial forecasting, planing, private equity offerings, and applying for bank loans.From 2004-12 Siegl served as the Lead Advisor of the Small Business Development Center [SBDC] for Southwest King County (Seattle). During those eight years he advised more than 500 entrepreneurs and owners of small business enterprises.Siegl is passionate about his mission to inspire and develop young entrepreneurs. He brings practical insights regarding how to start-up a successful business as he shares stories about his own experiences as co-founder of Starbucks and his numerous other start-up experiences. From setting a vision, identifying mentors and partners, securing funding, setting up operations, product development and launch, Siegl helps aspiring entrepreneurs navigate their way to becoming successful business owners. 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He is the author of several best-selling books with nearly five million copies sold. His capstone book, The Advantage, is the pre-eminent source on organizational health and became an immediate best-seller. After over twelve years in print, his classic book, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, remains a weekly fixture on national best-seller lists. In his latest book, The Ideal Team Player (April 2016), he shares a practical framework and actionable tools for identifying, hiring, and developing ideal team players.The wide-spread appeal of Lencioni’s leadership models have yielded a diverse base of speaking and consulting clients, including a mix of Fortune 500 companies, professional sports organizations, the military, non-profits, schools and churches.Lencioni addresses thousands of leaders each year at world-class organizations and national conferences. Consistently the top rated keynote speaker at major events, he shares his insights and inspires his audiences through his accessibility, humor and story-telling.Named in Fortune magazine as one of the ‘ten new gurus you should know,’ Lencioni and his work have been featured in USA TODAY, Bloomberg Businessweek, and Harvard Business Review, to name a few.Prior to founding his firm, Lencioni worked as a corporate executive for Sybase, Oracle and Bain & Company. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and four sons. 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By early 2017 the company had grown over 5,000% and Boryana had built and led a number of world-class teams such as People Analytics, HR Information Systems, HR Operation, Compensation, New Markets Readiness, Mergers and Acquisition Integration, and Business Operations. With a degree in economics from UC Berkeley, she drove an innovative organizational design at Tesla that converged data warehousing, systems and data structures, and the art of data presentation. Her teams emerged as a proactive consulting force providing invaluable and actionable data to scale the company. The team revolutionized the way the HR organization positions itself within the business by unleashing the power of people data. She left Tesla on July 2017 to focus on leading the Straubel Foundation, where she currently serves as Executive Director.Boryana was also the VP of Talent and Culture at Wikimedia, the foundation behind Wikipedia. At Wikimedia, Boryana oversaw all internal operations, people functions, workplace, and the team practices function.Following her passion of enabling and investing in human potential, Boryana also spends time as the Executive Director at the Straubel Foundation. The foundation’s focus areas are sustainability, education and science.A life-long learner and global nomad, Boryana Straubel has lived in Bulgaria, Germany, Austria, Russia, and the USA. Her leadership potential and ability to drive positive change became apparent early in her childhood as she organized various groups around social change initiatives. UC Berkeley awarded Boryana the Future Leaders Award, a recognition for only 0.04% of all incoming students. Additional accolades she has received are CAL Alumni Association Leadership Award, American Association of University Women Award, SM Rotary Club Award, SMCCD Anniversary Award, The Morris Family Award, Cordes Language Studies Award. She has also been on the cover of HR Executive Magazine. In 2016 Boryana was recognized as a global top performer by the Andrew Meikle, Elkiem and the Meikle Files.Boryana is an expert in all things talent and people. She is a renowned data-driven, business operations, and optimization powerhouse. As an internal consulting juggernaut, her skills have been applied across all functions of both public for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. 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A few months in, he was stuck doing data entry, cold calling, and PowerPoint presentations. One day the CEO came out of his nice corner office, handed Jacob a $10 bill and said “I’m late for a meeting, go grab me a cup of coffee, and get something for yourself s well.” That was the last corporate job he ever had.Jacob Morgan is one of the world’s leading authorities on the future of work and employee experience. He is the best-selling author of three books: The Employee Experience Advantage (2017), The Future of Work (2014), and The Collaborative Organization (2012). Jacob speaks at over 40 conferences a year on topics ranging from AI and automation, management and leadership, the future of work, the 4th industrial revolution, employee experience, the internet of things, and other related themes. He also provides advisory and thought leadership services to various organizations around the world.His work has been endorsed by the CEOs of: Nestle, Best Buy, Cisco, SAP, KPMG, Schneider Electric, T-Mobile, Whirlpool, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Zappos, Atari, and many others.In addition, Jacob hosts The Future of Work Podcast a weekly show where he speaks with senior executives, authors, and business leaders about how the world of work is changing. His Youtube series, The Future in 5, explores the latest concepts and ideas around the future of work with inspiring and educational 2-3 minute snippets which are all professionally shot and edited.He has also contributed to and been cited in publications such as Cosmopolitan, The Wall Street Journal, NPR, CNN, Glamour, the MIT Sloan Management Review, USA Today, and The Harvard Business Review. 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He is also a member of the Dharma Ocean Foundation, an organization devoted to meditation practice led by Reginald Ray.Fred Kofman has led seminars in the U.S., Europe, South America and Asia and presented his research at MIT’s Sloan School, Harvard University’s Economic Department, Harvard Business School, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, the University of California at Los Angeles and Berkeley, The London School of Economics, the University of Tel Aviv, Universidad de Barcelona, Nanyang Technological Institute of Singapore, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires, and Universidad Francisco Marroquin. He also teaches in Naropa University and the University of Notre Dame’s Executive MBA and non-degree executive education programs.His work has appeared in several publications including The Fifth Discipline Field Book, The Journal of Organizational Dynamics, Management Science and Econometrica. 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FRED KOFMAN

Educator, Author, Communicator and Extraordinary Motivator

Lucy Adams

CEO of Disruptive HR and Former HR Director, BBC

AMY C. EDMONDSON

Novartis Professor of Leadership & Management at Harvard Business School

Steve Cadigan

Former VP Talent at LinkedIn; Founder and CEO of Cadigan Talent Ventures

HOLLIE DELANEY

Head of People Operations (H.R.), Zappos.com

Robbie Kellman Baxter

Author, Strategy Consultant, Marketing Expert

JENN LIM

CEO & Chief Happiness Officer of Delivering Happiness, Culture Book Creator and Consultant at Zappos

Zev Siegl

Co-Founder of Starbucks

PATRICK LENCIONI

Best-Selling Business Author, Internationally Recognized Speaker and Thought-leader

Boryana Straubel

Executive Director at Straubel Foundation; Former Head of M&A Integration and Operations, Tesla; Former VP of HR, Wikipedia (Wikimedia Foundation)

JACOB MORGAN

3x Best-Selling Author, Keynote Speaker and Futurist

A strong Human Resources department can be the beating heart of a company, hiring new talent, keeping employees happy, and making sure everyone gets the attention they need. And a corporation’s culture and atmosphere are what hold everyone together, giving them a sense of shared identity and a reason to commit to their work. Outside of your core business model, nothing is more important.

That’s why there is such stiff competition among hiring departments, and why search processes can be so grueling. The task of discovering and bringing on talent that will add real value to a company is not an easy one. Nor is it a simple matter to ensure the loyalty, commitment, and engagement of existing employees, or to maintaining high levels of job satisfaction.

Did you know that as many as 44% of millennials would be willing to give up their jobs in the next two years, according to a study by Deloitte? The study shows that the youngest generation of workers does not fear change. They learn constantly, acquiring new skills and welcoming new opportunities as they go. They want to feel control over their careers, and there is only one way to win their loyalty: giving them reason to believe that they are in the right place. To retain top millennial talent, employers need to focus on environment, messaging, and creating a sense of progress and positive, meaningful impact.

All of that means that corporate culture should be a top priority for your organization. For advice or inspiration, or just the straight facts about HR and corporate culture, you can turn to our experts. They can speak to the ways that uniquely human capabilities will remain important despite the coming wave of automation, and the role that HR departments will play during digital transformations. They’re experts on identifying talent, leveraging identity to create a sense of purpose, and inspiring high-quality work.

Bring them on for your next event to help your employees feel involved, recognized, and valued. Have, for example, Hollie Delaney, Head of People Operations at Zappos.com – a company constantly ranking among the Best Companies to Work For thanks to their unique culture –, address corporate culture issues from an insider’s perspective, or ask Dave Ulrich, one of the best HR experts in the world, to lead a conversation on approaches in talent management.

Check our portfolio to see the selection of speakers Aurum Bureau offers. Whether you’re organizing an annual conference for HR specialists or training managers in the latest sector trends, this is the place for you.