In previous blogs in our Culture Series we’ve looked at five reasons why organisations should pay more attention to culture during change initiatives, and a ‘four lever’ model by which we can understand and work with culture – suggesting that this may be a more useful approach than seeking a precise definition of organisational culture. In this blog we’ll highlight five lessons we’ve learned about how you can work with these levers to effect a change in culture. You’ll find that reading the previous blogs in the series will help you make sense of this one. Read more
In the previous blog in this series we highlighted five reasons why organisations should pay more attention to culture in change initiatives. But what do we actually mean by culture – or, perhaps more usefully, how can we think about culture in a way that lets us address it?
So, culture – what is it?
You may have heard the term ‘change journey’ before. This describes the phase that an organisation will go through in making complex organisational, process and behavioural change.
Why describe this as a journey?
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Why adopt an agile mindset?
A lot of our clients appreciate the benefits of adopting an agile mindset, as well as agile working practices. And this makes a great deal of sense, after all, we’re living in an age of major business disruption and innovation. Modern business must deal with a plethora of challenges, from regulation, compliance and new technologies, to the economy and exploitation of big data. Most of these challenges can also represent opportunities, if you’re in the right shape to take advantage of them. Read more
Using our creative and innovative approach to delivering change, we enable and equip your people to progress through every step of the change journey.
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