A pandemic and resulting business closures and economic turmoil have rattled not just the business world but also virtually every aspect of daily life for workers around the globe.
In any organization, there is information that should not or cannot be shared liberally. It could be information about private personnel matters, sensitive financial data, or trade secret information, for example.
Companies come in many shapes and sizes, and there are many types of company cultures they can adopt. Regardless of whether your international organization wants to adopt a more transparent company culture or a more innovative company culture, there are some strategic and purposeful steps it must take for that culture to succeed globally.
Did you know that, according to research and data, 58% of people claim they trust strangers more than their bosses and that 58% of managers claim they never received any form of training to be managers or to help them be better managers?
Many experts agree that transparency is important to a company and its culture.