Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs supplemented with Schwartz’s Basic Human Values theory gives a better explanation to human behavior, societal changes, and helps determine company culture and person to team member’s fit based on values congruence.
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Requirements can make or break your projects. Depending on your personal level of PM maturity, you will make sure that you have clarified them on one, two, or three levels. Here’s what can further improve your chances to deliver the project successfully: shared values of the team. The secret is in the proper composition […]
There’s an interesting article posted recently on LinkedIn Pulse. Jeff Haden put this in his post headline, making it almost instantly viral: “8 of 10 Self-Made Millionaires Were Not ‘A’ Students. Instead, They Share 1 Trait.” The trait, of course, is their willingness to learn. While I agree with Jeff Hadden, that is not news. […]
Today, almost 50 years after Maslow’s death, all of us remember Maslow’s hierarchy of needs: a multicolored pyramid. However, Maslow never used the pyramid to illustrate his theory. Moreover, there are no steps.
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This is the latest Q7 Celestial Map maintained by Collectiver. Each Star on the Map represents a composite of the Q7 respondent’s motivational values, essentially identifying the person’s preferred organizational culture. Star coordinates are calculated by the Q7 tool based on the Theory of Basic Human Values developed by professor Shalom H. Schwartz.The relative locations […]
Check your team values with Collectiver Q7 Culture Compass. The Q7 tool will help you see what drives you and your team and if those drivers – your basic human values – are aligned. (TL;DR: Click on the slideshow with sample business cases, to the right.) Why Values? Elon Musk was quoted saying: “Every person in […]
1. Make the Purpose of your company clear. Your Mission, your Vision, your Purpose – you may call it whatever you like, but your company needs one, and it must be meaningful. Make it clear to yourself first, then share with your team. If you find this “touchy-feely stuff” below your leadership greatness – do not bother […]