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Living by the Values You Establish

Posted by Yareli Esteban on October 27, 2015

Living by the Values You Establish

As the Small Giants Community grows, we have the opportunity to welcome a wide variety of perspectives and viewpoints to the conversation. Our friends from Strategar shared with us their perspective on their first experience with the Small Giants discussion. 

The Small Giants Summit took place in Dallas last month and we were invited to attend by our business associates at DHD Films. It was a great opportunity to meet other entrepreneurs from all over the U.S. and the world, and to share ideas and best practices with other successful small and medium-sized businesses.

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Topics: Values

Joining the Values-Driven Business Discussion

The widely varying perspectives (and a passion for collaboration) around the Small Giants experience creates a tremendous amount of opportunity to discover insights that might not have been your focus at first glance. Kathy Steel of Red Caffeine Marketing and Technology shared her takeaways from the Small Giants Summit to help expand the conversation around building a great business.

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Small Giants members visiting DHD Films

During the 2015 Small Giants Summit in Dallas, TX, some of the local companies we admire opened their doors for a critical examination from their peers from around the world. Each company conducted a walkthrough to show how they applied their culture and values to the workplace and employee panels discussed how their culture applied at all levels. Company leaders also talked in an open dialogue about what works, what doesn’t, and why.

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Topics: Business, Values, Small Giants Summit

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The concept of a Small Giant can be hard for people to grasp, unless they've experienced a Small Giant - as a customer, partner, or employee.

Bo Burlingham felt it when he first walked into Zingerman's in Ann Arbor, MI back in 2003 and quickly identified them as the "Coolest Company in America" – which also started his quest to see if there were other companies out there who had the same kind of "business mojo", and eventually led to the book Small Giants.

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Topics: Business, Community, Values, Company Culture

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