People and their paramount importance to an organization - that’s what Jack Altman, CEO and Co-Founder of Lattice, has built his company on. The role of Human Resources has shifted in the last several years, says Jack; evolving into a revenue and strategic center, rather than a compliance center. In this episode, Jack discusses the art and science of managing the employee experience, how it changes as a company grows, and shares a few effective management strategies.
Here are my three big takeaways from the conversation:
Each time a new management layer is introduced, new management norms are needed.
The larger your company gets, the more work you have to do to communicate to your people. And a writing culture is one integral tool for large organizations.
Investing in your people drives business growth.
This episode is necessary listening for any leader who wants to improve his company culture. What was one big light bulb moment for you?
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Milton Friedman 1970’s NY Times article “The Social Responsibility Of Business Is to Increase Its Profits”
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