Over the next few weeks we’ll be presenting selected insights from the Sportsology roundtables in article form so that others can learn from the experiences shared by those who participated in the sessions. In this article, we’re looking at the ‘people’ learnings that emerged from the discussions.
The deeper we dig into the cultural practices of teams that have achieved sustained success, the more apparent it becomes that they all prioritize the simple act of making people feel valued.
Once an organization has made a commitment to a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) agenda, there are a number of strategies that can be adopted to build diversity into its cultural structures and decision making processes.
If our organizations are to become highly effective in terms of innovation and problem solving, then we need to ensure that our cultures are dynamic enough to balance accepted practice with divergent thought.
As the NBA and MLS play out their 2020 seasons in the Florida ‘bubble’, teams are busy trying to figure out how they overcome the challenges posed by such an alien environment
During our conversations with sports industry leaders during the pandemic, we’ve heard that building – or even just maintaining – team culture has been one of the major challenges faced by teams who are adapting to a new pattern of remote work.