Organizational Culture Case: this machine company is changing from tight control to more autonomy and agility.
In this series about Culture, Change, and Leadership we’ve discussed how organizational change can fail or be successful and how organizational culture can help or hinder. This article provides an overview of what we’
After looking at some powerful questions based on the Competing Values Framework, let’s look at this case that illustrates the crucial role of (
Of course, positive leadership as discussed before entails more than asking questions.
In my last post, we saw the topics of the first Change Circle after using the OCAI culture survey.
In my last post, we identified four strategies of organizational change.
When you’d like an organizational change to succeed it’s a good idea to start where people are: current culture, as discussed
Have you ever considered changing corporate culture in and through meetings? It may be an easy starting point after doing the OCAI culture survey.
Do you know those few, famous examples of extraordinary workplaces where people thrive… versus the Dilbert-like top-down hierarchies where people suffer or
We are living and working at high speed and amidst overwhelming volumes of information, stuff, deadlines, targets and possibilities as well as threats.