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Announcing the Workplace Genome Project

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The culture consulting firm Culture That Works run by Maddie Grant (also editor of SocialFish.org) and Jamie Notter is now under the umbrella of their newly launched company, WorkXO. Their vision and mission:

We know that powerful cultures are achievable, and we are called to work with leaders who are ready to take a stand and create the future of work. Our Vision is to lead a (r)evolution in leadership and management that is based in the power of human community, the intricacies of thriving workforces, and authentic connections with today’s and tomorrow’s talent – all driven by the Workplace Genome™. Our mission is to upgrade work.

WorkXO adds in something really exciting to their existing culture change work and generational research: the Workplace Genome™ Project. Through this project, they are helping organizations "map their workplace genome." The Genome is a unique survey instrument that ties together all the research they have done over the last several years (including the impact of social media on management in Humanize, generational differences in When Millennials Take Over, and more), and it allows companies to get a clear and compelling picture of their own "genetic makeup" as an organization. WorkXO is also building a community for job seekers – so individual people can map their own experience as employees, and help WorkXO build truly authentic workplace profiles – which will be the key for an organization to attract the people who are best aligned with their culture. If you’re interested in learning more, please contact the principals here

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