Category Archives: Culture Change

Articles about all aspects of corporate culture change.

3 Ways Resistance to Change is Good for Business

When leading organizations today, most leaders think of resistance to change as the enemy: A force to minimize, eliminate or avoid.  And, if you wait until everyone is aligned and on board (or over-emphasize consensus) you miss out on good opportunities to grow. Today, I shed light on the true meaning of resistance….And share three…
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3 Essential Habits CEO’s Need to Cultivate in Company Culture

3 Essential Habits Every CEO Must Build Into Company Culture The world of work has changed. (You've noticed!)  Fiercer, faster, more competitive times demand a new caliber of modern leader. Ones who can juggle the mandates of innovation, profit, and caring culture. Corporate culture – with its Dilbert-style politics, hierarchy, nonsense decision making - is dead.…
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Taming the Chaos: Three Common Mistakes in Growing Organizations

  Taming the Chaos: Addressing 3 Common Mistakes in Growing Organizations Growth is a central purpose of every business. (Not as a substitute for a compelling mission.) As a mandate for survival. Whether your company is 50, 500 or 50,000 people; public, private or non-profit, your stakeholders expect you will expand your impact, continuously. Whether…
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Disrupting Change: A Better Way to Grow

Disrupting Change: Improving How Organizations Grow and Thrive Fact: Technology adoption (and obsolescence) will occur in increasingly faster cycles. Fact: Young people in developed countries value experience, freedom, expansion over a steady paycheck. Fact:  50% of the workforce is predicted to be freelance by 2020. Fact:  Big corporate and small business are creating symbiotic relationships:…
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Cultural Agility: Small is The New Big

Cultural Agility: Small is The New Big “Can you move fast enough? Can you avoid bureaucracy while you grow?” I posed these two questions in a dialogue with company leaders seeking to grow rapidly through mergers ... and who wanted to remain culturally agile. It led to an important dialogue about how to protect and preserve…
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