What we do, where we do it, how and with whom are all changing (quite possibly becoming almost unrecognisable in our lifetimes.) And the next wave of change, that will be especially up-ending for organisations.
Process re-design makes businesses far more efficient – also changes mindsets and affects people deeply. With this constellation of digital platforms and devices; every person can establish their own separate clouds/agendas. Challenge therefore is to keep all their energies contained and applied in the right direction, focused, energised, organised and not running amok.
Right now, engaged, productive culture is more important than ever. Notwithstanding, that it still takes real dedication, time and investment to build a culture of learning and innovation, with sustained practices that reflect it.
For business execs, there are options to shape the work and life, in a manner which enables your people to reconnect with what makes them happy and for higher-quality experiences, in the process. Nowadays, its less about general skills; more about in-depth mastery – not working as competitive, isolated individuals, moreover as collaborators in a joined-up world.
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Delicate balance is required between dictating company culture and/or allowing it to develop organically. Some cultural characteristics are more or less appealing to different people; as such, organisations must chart their own course to proactively choose highly desirable cultural attributes in support of their unique environment. Cultures that are conducive to more efficient business models, optimal structures and future processes.
When it comes to company culture, performance of talent and retention – empirical research tells us profitability positively correlates with an effective charter, sound strategy and engaging culture. When all is said and done however; the most critical element behind culture creation/ performance will still remain the organisation’s own leadership.