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Rob Seay

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This article was originally published on under the title “ It’s Time To Take Company Culture Off The Chopping Block .”

It’s time to take company culture off the chopping block . Cuts to company culture don’t heal easily. When leaders cut too deeply into culture, it sends a devastating message to employees: people are only important until profits are on the line.

It’s easy to look at this from the leader’s perspective. The organization needs to survive, and compromises must be made for it to endure. As a result, the idealized long-term vision for the organization contracts while leaders focus on short-term survival.

If leaders want employees to persevere in tough financial times, maintaining organizational culture should be a priority. Cuts to company culture may bring short-term savings, but the long-term ramifications can be severe.

According to a Columbia University study , when companies have a poor culture, 48.4% employees start considering voluntary turnover. Compound increased turnover rates with the effect a mediocre or declining brand has on recruiting top talent, then add to that a discouraged workforce and the impact to revenue, on customers, on productivity is profound.

More than 50% of executives agree that culture drives outcomes like productivity and profitability, and never has that relationship been more apparent than in the story of Barry-Wehmiller.

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As with many organizations, the manufacturing technology supplier firm was hit hard by the Great Recession. CEO Bob Chapman faced a situation where 40% of the organization’s orders disappeared overnight. On paper, it appeared Chapman would have to lay off a significant number of employees. Instead, Chapman instituted a mandatory furlough program requiring every employee from the top down to take four weeks of unpaid vacation time. Completely unprompted by any organizational directive, the employees volunteered to help each other out. Those who could afford to take more furlough time did, taking it from those who couldn’t. The culture provided meaning and purpose for employees who, in turn, were willing to make sacrifices for the good of the organization.

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As I’ve mentioned, a huge benefit to client-side tools is the speed and ease-of-use for not-super technical people. So what, then, are the benefits of server-side tools? Why would companies use them?

As Matt Gershoff , CEO of Conductrics explains, server side tools have their advantages as well. Here’s what he had to say about them:

Matt Gershoff:

“The main advantages of server side will be:

Server-side tools may also be better for mobile sites that serve dynamic content because, asNate Weiss, CTO of Conductrics , put it,“the slower connections and less powerful browsers in many phones mean that client-side JavaScript approaches are at more of a disadvantage on mobile.”

He continues to talk about the applicability to native mobile applications:

Nate Weiss:

“Some verticals continue to shift toward native mobile apps for engagement. If your company has a native mobile app or plans to in the future, selecting a tool that supports server-side testing now means that you’ll be ready to start using the same tools for testing in your apps (with developer involvement).”

Another topic of fewer conversations that Nate brought up to me was that, depending on the nature of your site and the tests you plan to run, it may be more respectful for your visitors to use server-side tools.

As Nate said, “consider which is more important: your convenience when setting tests up, or your visitor’s user experience (and impact on their mobile data plans).”

In addition, server-side tools broaden your capabilities for optimization beyond web-based-visual presentation issues, in a way. What they do is allow you to think a little different about optimization, more towards optimizing any of your transactional marketing efforts.

With client-side tools, the main topic of discussion is around the flicker effect. This is an issue, but it isn’t the only, or the largest, issue to be discussed with tools. Things like flexibility, control, and privacy affect your optimization as much or more than flicker, especially if you take the precautions to mitigate that risk.

Here’s a chart that quickly categorizes popular tools. Let us know if we’re missing any or getting anything wrong:

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I’m simplifying things, but here’s the bird’s eye difference between server-side and client-side tools:

Server-side tools render code on the server-level and send a randomized version of the page to the viewer with no modification on the visitor’s browser. Client-side tools send the same page but JavaScript on the client’s browser manipulate the appearance on both the original and the variation.

Client-side tools use either synchronous or asynchronous code, both of which have pros and cons regarding pagespeed, flicker effect, and loading issues.

Such access to God, the creator of the heavens and the earth, is based on our lord and saviour Jesus Christ and his sacrifice on the cross. By his precious blood this access was bought. His precious blood has cleansed us from sin and made us holy when we appropriated by faith in Christ what was achieved for us, and we were put in a situation where we can appear before God and make our requests known unto Him directly. Christ is the high priest who has once and for all entered through the veil into the most holy place in order to present himself as the perfect sacrifice. With his sacrifice the veil has been rent, and we as saints, sanctified in Christ Jesus, enter in unto God's throne of grace in our prayers in the new nature of the spirit. What a privilege we have! What a power there is now in prayer!

As we continue our study, I would like to point out several aspects connected with prayer which are the result of a closer look at the term "throne of grace".

First of all, I wish to call attention to the truth that this speaks of a "throne" – "the throne of grace". Even though we have access to God as our Father (cp. Eph 2:18 ; Gal 4:4 ) and even though this great truth is emphasized in several statements of the Scriptures by the use of the Aramaic word "Abba" (Father), we should and must not think that God is one of us. He is not!

Jesus Christ was God's only begotten Son, and he used in his prayers the term "Father [Abba]", and yet Jesus made a big distinction between himself and God, his Father. When Jesus was teaching his disciples to pray, he spoke of "Our Father which art in heaven!" (cp. Mat 6:9 )! With that he showed forth that God, our Father, is infinitely greater and higher than we are. And immediately following, Jesus added that it is appropriate for us to realize this and to acknowledge it, when he said, "Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven." (cp. Mat 6:9 ,).

Our Father is the ruler of all things, He is the Almighty God. In our prayers we are not just entering our father's "living room" where we might put up our feet, but we are entering His throne room and appear before the throne of Him who is King of kings and Lord of lords. We come unto the throne of the great monarch of the universe. This we should consider when we pray – grace and mercy are shown forth and are extended from the THRONE of grace.

When we realize and are conscious of the truth that we are at the heavenly court in our prayers and that we enter the throne room of God, that we are appearing before the Heavenly Majesty, we will hardly pray with a wrong type of attitude. It will be very clear that we are to approach the throne in humbleness and with reverence. When a servant approaches or comes near the throne, he will show honor to the monarch. It is not good to show up before the throne with an attitude of pride and highmindedness which doesn't acknowledge the King's authority or position, nor is it good to appear with treacherous thoughts directed against the King.

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