Henry's BlogThe thoughts of Henry Stewart on issues impacting the creation of great workplaces
These two simple words are the most important in your professional vocabulary. But when was the last time that you said “thank you” to a colleague?
Closing date: 30th April 2017
In this short interview with Learning Now TV, Henry discusses the importance of happy workplaces and the core principles of the Happy Manifesto – and how this has been put into place at Happy.
On 6th February, Happy and the Beyond Budgeting Institute co-hosted the 2017 Beyond Budgeting Conference. Here we have a summary of each talk, plus speaker PowerPoint presentations.
Every two years, Thinkers50 ranks the globe’s greatest business minds. It is known for its objectivity and market intelligence, sharing the best management thinking in the world.
As you may have guessed from the name, multinational craft beer chain BrewDog is very dog-friendly. They have now taken this a step further, launching a new Puppy Parental Leave scheme for all members of staff.
On 6th February we are holding the 3rd UK Beyond Budgeting conference, in partnership with the Beyond Budgeting Institute. Speakers like Bjarte Bogsnes of Norway’s Statoil, and Mira Gvozdenovic of Coloplast in Denmark - and several more - will explain how their huge...
Last week I got the chance to visit Toyota, whose Toyota Production System has made it one of the most innovative companies on the planet. Here are my reflections on how they create a happy workplace.
Imagine one day every month having no meetings, no day-to-day tasks, no phones ringing and email turned off. Instead the day is to think, do and be innovative.
On 13th October 2016, Henry Stewart hosted a webinar about the secrets of creating a happy, productive workplaces – watch a recording here.
“We have found, for instance, that if you let people set their own targets, they set tougher targets and are more likely to achieve them,” explains the GCHQ Head of IT.
Next Jump numbers 70% of the Fortune 1000 among its clients and has sales of over $3 billion. And it has one of the most innovative cultures I have ever come across.