Andi Simon Featured In

  • Andi Simon Featured on FOX19

    Andi Simon discusses her new book “Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business” on FOX19. Watch Now

  • How Can One Great Success Amplify the Opportunities For Women?

    Couldn’t you hear the joy around the world when Kim Ng was hired by the Miami Marlins as the first-ever female General Manager of a Major League Baseball team? The emotions ran high among both women and men — from tears of joy to “why did it take so long to smash the glass ceiling and let a woman in?” Some were concerned about how she could hold the baton high as she steered the baseball team to expected championships. Read More

  • FRIEND IN NEED How to spot a loved one is lonely in 3 simple steps – and how to help

    How To Spot Loneliness

    Andi Simon, anthropologist and author said there are ways you can spot if your loved ones are struggling. If a friend or family member has become reserved or quiet then it’s important to monitor this. Andi told The Sun: “Watch for those changes in behaviour that always seemed to be part of that person’s personality in the past. Read More

  • Pandemics, Politics And The Impact Of Women In Leadership Roles

    Despite enormous strides in business, government and other areas, women don’t always get the respect men do for their leadership abilities, even when they can boast greater accomplishments.

    But the combination of a pandemic, a recession and an election that 2020 brought could be the impetus for changing the way people view women and their leadership styles, a development that many would argue is long overdue, says Andi Simon Read More

  • Real Girl Talk Podcast : A Time To Rethink with Dr. Andi Simon

    Dr. Andi Simon is a Corporate Anthropologist who helps executives see their companies with more observant eyes, achieve “aha!” moments, and discover new and profitable opportunities. By applying the concepts, methods, and tools of anthropology to business environments, she turns observation into innovation and revitalizes businesses seeking growth. Listen Here

  • Great Possibilities for Women Are Coming Out of the Crisis

    I have been reading so much about how this period of extreme remote work will destroy women’s careers and expand the gender gap. Yet, in our own research and work with our clients, we think that the opposite is happening. Women are rising to the occasion, showing their agility and creative problem-solving skills, and helping others survive, if not thrive during the crisis. Read More

  • How to Lead in Times of Crisis and Uncertainty

    Remember that this is not just you. All humans hate to change. What does a great leader do? Time for some new tools. We often say “You cannot be today what you always were yesterday.” The future just won’t let you.

    What’s the problem? Leaders learn quickly that people prefer to live our lives in a habit-driven way. What we did yesterday is far more comfortable then trying to do something different tomorrow. Read More

  • Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business

    Andi Simon, Ph.D. and author of the upcoming book Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business, is a corporate anthropologist . She’s sharing details on how women are growing in their roles as they adapt to new environments. Read More

  • Rompiendo mitos que dieron origen al techo de cristal

    Más de tres décadas después, ese titular aún tiene relevancia. Si bien las mujeres han dado grandes pasos, todavía representan un pequeño porcentaje de la alta gerencia de las corporaciones más grandes de Estados Unidos.

    Pero aunque quedan obstáculos, también hay evidencia de que la marea puede cambiar. Read More

  • Smashing Myths That Gave Birth To The Glass Ceiling

    In 1986, a Wall Street Journal headline promised to explore a then puzzling problem: “The Glass Ceiling: Why Women Can’t Seem to Break The Invisible Barrier That Blocks Them From the Top Jobs.”

    More than three decades later, that headline still holds relevance. While women have made great strides, they still make up a small percentage of the top management at America’s largest corporations. Read More

  • 3 Powerful Ways Women Can Help Other Women In The Post Pandemic World

    As COVID-19 forces changes to the economy and American lifestyles, businesses that hope to survive and thrive will need creative ways to deal with these new challenges.

    And that could mean path-breaking opportunities for women, who often bring a different approach to business leadership than their male counterparts, says Andi Simon Read More

  • Exciting New Opportunities for Women May Be Coming Out of Covid-19

    Too often, we see the negative instead of the positive possibilities that are coming out of a challenging period. A focus on the bad news is particularly the case as we anticipate the post-COVID-19 recovery for the economy and its impact on men and women.

    We read a lot about how work-life balance in the home has posed difficult challenges, at best, or has proven damaging to relationships that might have been fragile beforehand. Read More

  • 3 Powerful Ways Women Can Help Other Women In The Post Pandemic World

    As COVID-19 forces changes to the economy and American lifestyles, businesses that hope to survive and thrive will need creative ways to deal with these new challenges.

    And that could mean path-breaking opportunities for women, who often bring a different approach to business leadership than their male counterparts, says Andi Simon (www.andisimon.com), a corporate anthropologist, founder of Simon Associates Management Consultants, and author of the upcoming book Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business. Read More

  • How to Change Your Company’s Culture in 6 Steps

    A company’s culture plays a significant role in how successful that company will be over the long haul.

    But often as the world and circumstances change, that long-ingrained culture also needs to change – and that’s no easy task.Read Here

  • 6 Steps to Update Your Company Culture

    The culture of a real estate company has a direct correlation with its success. But for your business to survive long-term, the culture needs to change with the times, which isn’t always easy. Old habits can be hard to break.Read Here

  • How Is Corporate Anthropology Key To Solving Business Problems?

    Corporate anthropology is an extension of traditional anthropology that is used for non-traditional, modern settings. By looking at a company as a new an unfamiliar culture–all while using techniques that anthropologists use–it’s possible to arrive at fresh insights that can help companies sustain their growth and adapt to changing environments. Read Here

  • Press Release on Yahoo! Finance – Is Your Business On The Brink?

    Andi Simon is a corporate anthropologist who has empowered thousands of business leaders to see their companies with fresh eyes, identify their next big ideas, and–most importantly–turn innovative solutions into executable change. Read Here

  • Andrea Simon: How anthropology will lead to more effective change management – Interview

    Joined on the show by Dr. Andrea Simon, a Corporate Anthropologist with Simon Associates Management, and the author of On The Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights. Listen Here

  • What Type Of Corporate Culture Do Women Really Want?

    How do women specifically influence organizational cultures and thus, corporate performance? We were also curious to learn what type of culture men preferred — the same as women or different? Read Here

  • On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights

    “Corporate anthropology may be an unfamiliar term to most readers, but it means exactly what it sounds like: an extension of traditional anthropology to modern business settings. Simon presents her discipline as a methodology for diagnosing and changing company cultures, developing great products and design, and creating strategies for branding, marketing, and sales.” Read Here

  • How Corporate Anthropology Can Help Women Drive Change

    As a corporate anthropologist, I am a bit of an “a-ha” moment junkie. My days are spent digging into business problems and hunting for previously unimagined opportunities. Read Here

  • Andi Simon Interviewed on KPRC 950 Houston & WOAI 1200 San Antonio

    Dr. Andi Simon, Simon Associates Management Consultants (SAMC), talks to us about the blue ocean theory and how to find the right strategy for your business. She also talks about her new book, “On the Brink.” Watch Here

     

    Interview on Texas Business Radio

    Andi talks with Matt Register and Jay W. Curry – hosts of “Texas Business Radio” – about how to improve your business by looking at the culture.