Tag: Culture

Wij probeerden een vierdaagse werkweek uit, en dit zijn onze takeaways

De vierdaagse werkweek tegen een voltijdse vergoeding. Er is al heel wat inkt gevloeid over het concept. Sommigen zijn resoluut voor, anderen fronsen de wenkbrauwen wanneer ze erover horen.  Voorstanders van het vierdaagse werksysteem onderbouwen hun standpunt vanuit enkele studies…

We love it when people don’t answer our emails (immediately)

Back in the day, we only talked face-to-face. So by default, we stuffed our days with meetings, meetings, and -you guessed it- more meetings to get things done.  Today on the other hand, employees check Slack for missed messages while…

Why we ditched our flat company structure after seven years

I still remember it as if it was yesterday. BossData was but a mere little speck in the vast world of digital marketing agencies. Our office hosted 6 ambitious marketers and was .. charming. In its own ways..  Working above…

Unlimited paid holidays, one year later. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

When you Google ‘unlimited holiday policy’, you’ll lose all your courage to ever install a similar holiday policy. The number of negative reviews are… staggering, to say the least.  As a result, when we first voted to adopt an unlimited…

The ideal situation for ideas to ship in your company

The blog starts under the video.   Let’s kick in an open door. Ideas run through different stages until you realise them. You’ll probably recognise it from your own professional experience… First, there’s the exploring stage. You or your colleagues…

This Is the Number 1 Sign of High Intelligence, According to Jeff Bezos

This is what the Amazon founder looks for when he wants to know if someone is really smart. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos sits atop one of the most successful companies of our time, not to mention a personal fortune of…

Why a data culture matters

Organizational culture can accelerate the application of analytics, amplify its power, and steer companies away from risky outcomes. Here are seven principles that underpin a healthy data culture. Revolutions, it’s been remarked, never go backward. Nor do they advance at…