Culture may seem “intangible,” but the results of successful cultural change are very tangible indeed.
Content: Article | Authors: Ira Gaberman, Lesley Pan, Mirja Telzerow | Source: A.T. Kearney | Subjects: Management, Organizational Behavior
While all business leaders seek to create high-performing corporate cultures, few succeed. What do those that succeed have in common? They all understand that the perceptions of the workforce are as significant in shaping behaviors as are the formal mechanisms.
Content: Article | Authors: Ira Gaberman, Marieke Witjes | Source: A.T. Kearney | Subject: Organizational Behavior
Getting the right mix of strategy and culture creates a formula for business success. Pursuing a strategy of innovation in a dynamic market can only succeed within an inquisitive culture where the workforce pushes boundaries and management encourages new ideas and constructive risk-taking. Similarly, pursuing a strategy of high-volume, low-cost processes can only succeed within a disciplined culture where the workforce operates in an efficient, … [ Read more ]
Content: Quotation | Authors: Ira Gaberman, Marieke Witjes | Source: A.T. Kearney | Subjects: Culture, Management, Organizational Behavior, Strategy