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March 11, 2008

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Thanks for providing us knowledge about the different strategies .....it helps us to develop a better culture in organization.

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brianna

Blazeinfotech

Thanks for putting your thoughts down. I have done work for an organization that deals with culture change as well that I thought you might be interested in - http://www.visionomics.com

Thanks,
Srini

Michele - thank you for this insightful post. Having been in an organization that tried to use blogs unsuccessfully, these ideas are concrete and structured.

Our CEO tried to do a blog mainly on the history of the organization - which was fine, it just wasn't relevant enough to our daily lives. And being the CEO, it was hard to comment on his words.

I like the idea of the "big" question as a way to engage people. Once a month for busy professionals is a good time commitment.

Hi Rani--glad this was helpful. CEO blogs are definitely tricky. The most successful ones have been those where the CEO writes fairly regularly on the issues and challenges facing the organization, doing so in a way that is authentic and transparent. The CEO must be comfortable with this approach, though, something many CEOs definitely are not.

This article was very interesting to me. All organizations should be aware of what is reflective practice. I was not aware of this practice until I read about it.

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