The secret to building a high-performance culture: Proactive problem solving
By accepting the inevitability of breakdown, leaders open the door to innovative problem solving and successful resolutions.
The intersection of culture and safety in fleet operations: Strategies for driving positive change
In their second blog focusing on fleet management safety challenges, Rick Cates, CDS, CDT, and Alex Galor consider some of the key technologies that are helping leaders and drivers navigate the intricate intersection of culture and safety within fleet operations.
Creating a safety-first culture in fleet management: Four steps to fleet safety success
JMJ's Rick Cates, CDS CDT, and Alex Galor, explore the key steps organizations can take to create a strong IIF™ safety culture in fleet management.
Is organizational culture the key to improving employee engagement in your food and beverage business?
Why investing in the well-being and satisfaction of employees should be a top priority for leaders.
JMJ attending Annual Meat Conference in Dallas to promote a collaborative culture
Annual event brings together industry professionals.
What separates ‘great’ safety performance from ‘world-class’ safety performance?
Eight key areas where exceptional safety organizations excel
Does your corporate environment foster interest in, and commitment to, corporate sustainability?
What works for one company will not necessarily work for another. Discovering what works for a particular company must a be a priority for leaders now and for the next years and decades.
Cultural and behavioral barriers to successful corporate sustainability
Research by JMJ and The Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Cambridge University, points to leadership and culture as the cornerstones for corporate sustainability.
New study identifies leadership and culture as catalysts to successful corporate sustainability
Research from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, University of Cambridge, and JMJ explores cultural and behavioral barriers to sustainability.