Category: CULTURE

Work-Life Balance

David Watson shares 6 areas to consider on your quest to achieve work-life balance.

The hottest thing at SXSW? You learned it in kindergarten

ARTICLE - Alexandria Johnson experienced SXSW Interactive for the first time and returns with a summary of her time at the conference! With lots of chatter about virtual reality (VR), machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots and the like, Alexandria caught on to one principle that was just a buzzy.

Developing the Individual

AUDIO - Bruce Ballengee, CEO, is on Playmakers talkshow with host Steve Klein. They discuss how Pariveda grows individuals, our expectations framework and leadership styles. (25:00)

Consulting that Focuses on the Individual

AUDIO - Bruce Ballengee, CEO, joins Kevin Price, radio show host of Price of Business, and contributor, Charles Alvarez as they discuss how Pariveda Solutions is a consulting firm that focuses on the individual. (10:00)

What it Means to be “in the People Business”

Nathan Hanks was reading an article about how to be a good fitness coach and he realized this guy was saying the same things that he had learned (sometimes the hard way) about being a good business consultant. (03:00)

The Architecture of a Selfless Team

By their very architecture, most teams inadvertently prioritize on-field performance over alignment, culture and connectedness. But we believe you can have it all, especially when you invest in alignment, culture and connectedness at the beginning. Sean McCall shares a personal narrative. (05:30)

The Benefits of Working in Teams

No matter how great the individual player was, he still attributed all of his success to the success and completeness of the team. David Watson shares football and teamwork. (04:00)

4 Reasons to Leverage the Power of Small Teams

One of our clients’ executives remarked that he had seen a stark difference in results from two similar projects recently. A small team had completed far greater scope in far less time than a much larger team. Mike Strange answers the question: why? (04:00)