How can an organization build a concrete company culture?


"Culture from the ground up."

Culture-spotting anchors company culture in definitive daily actions and attitudes. Employees post good deeds they encounter in the workplace that reflect positive cultural values. Deeds are tagged as “did, saw or want” and the coworkers involved are then recognized for their positive contributions. Bringing visibility to concrete organizational values allows company culture to organically emerge from individual moments while demonstrating collaborative, supportive practices. By removing the definition of company culture and priorities from abstract labels and executive teams, Culture-spotting creates a more inclusive, meaningful work environment.

Team Members: Chial-ling Yu, Dave Eresian, Owen Schoppe, Prooshat Saberi, Raph Damico, Sajid Reshamwala, and Thomas Gaskin

Reinvent Business


Reinvent Business challenged creative minds from across design, technology, business and academia to build a more human and truly social enterprise. For two days, 150 change-makers gathered in frog’s San Francisco studio to rapidly ideate, design and build software concepts and prototypes with the potential to transform business from within. By translating abstract values into concrete workplace experiences, the 20 concepts below enable companies and the people within them to unlock their human potential, make better decisions and create a positive impact on our world.

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