Are You Facing Any of These Drivers of Corporate Culture Change?
We find most organizations that want and need to change their culture face at least one, if not many, of the above drivers of corporate culture change. Because strategy must go through culture and people to be fully executed, changes in leadership, strategy, or business circumstances often create the need to change how work gets done.
Any organization struggling to consistently execute their strategy in a way that makes sense to the business and to the people should to take a hard look at its culture. While most organizations could benefit from increased productivity, a unique competitive advantage, and an easier way to get things accomplished, many organizations have not thought about culture from a strategic perspective.
Is your culture aligned with your strategy?
Examples of Drivers of Corporate Culture Change
The Bottom Line
Keep an eye out for the most common drivers of corporate culture change. They often create or warn of cultural misalignment. When they happen, be wary of going directly from strategy design to action planning or capability assessment. Invest the time to ensure that the way work needs to get done (THE HOW) is fully aligned with your strategic goals (THE WHAT).
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