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Mario Moussa on Business Anthropology and How it Shapes Workplace Culture

Newton Talks - The Management & Consultancy Podcast for Curious Minds

Release Date: 11/24/2023

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Meet  Mario Moussa, a management consultant turned award-winning author. His latest book, The Culture Puzzle, represents the culmination of over 75 years worth of expertise on an anthropological approach to workplace culture. Mario has taught at the world's leading academic institutions, with work published in the Journal of Business Anthropology.

 

With over a decade's experience applying anthropology to business contexts, Mario sits down with Brad Jennings,  a People and Change Director at Newton, to tackle the question: What is anthropology, and why should we care about it in the workplace?

 

In this first episode of our fourth season,  amongst other things, Mario and Brad discuss different organisational culture types. The two take us on a journey as they delve into how culture impacts employee attitudes and performance, asking: How can anthropology help organisations change?

 

Mario helps us understand how this often overlooked discipline can help us build better, more resilient workplace cultures and reminds us of the crucial importance of listening to our people, since they are the heart and soul of any organisation.

 

This season was inspired by the findings in our national workplace culture report.  Using the research as a launch pad for  some refreshing conversations with leading experts,  the episodes further unpack the biggest questions that organisations are facing today.  You can read the full report here https://www.newtoneurope.com/workplace-culture 

Newton is a recognised specialist in strategic delivery across highly complex environments, brimming with people who have a passion for cracking really knotty problems. Find out more about the way we work at www.newtoneurope.com or join the discussion with #NewtonTalks on LinkedIn

 

Newton Talks is a Scenery Studios production, produced by Lina Prestwood.  Executive Producers for Newton are Kerry Harris and Michelle Bosa-Edwards. Original music composed by Tristan Cassel-Delavois and original artwork by YaYa Design. Original concept by Fanclub PR.