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Yes, I want to learn how to implement and maintain a desired company culture  

Yes, I want to learn how to implement and maintain a desired company culture   

  • “Of course we are aware of our own culture”
  • “Once everyone knows our values, the culture we’re aiming for will follow”
  • “A self-contained culture training programme will do the job”
  • “Leaders must always demonstrate perfect behaviour” 
  • “Changing our culture doesn’t require a change in decision-making structure”

Download this white paper to unravel the mystery of achieving the company culture you want. 

Company culture: 
Mastering the Art of Herding Cats

Obviously, some executives find it easier to understand and embrace the wide range of techniques and tools, than others. We found this to be especially true of those executives who have lived and breathed Lean and Six Sigma in their daily operations.

You need to lead if you want action-driven change

Continuous Improvement methodologies like Lean and Six Sigma focus on business process improvement, team-based problem solving and broad employee engagement. Both have proven to be extremely effective, especially in large-scale manufacturing organisations. However, these management methodologies regularly appear to be hard to implement, and even harder to sustain. We can’t help wondering why.

In this white paper, we argue that CEOs and COOs would be more successful if they themselves experience Lean and Six Sigma and lead at least one project as a Black Belt. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

In this white paper, we argue that CEOs and COOs would be more successful if they themselves experience Lean and Six Sigma and lead at least one project as a Black Belt. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

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Influencing behaviour at every level to improve process and business performance

A significant proportion of operating profit can be attributed to company culture. But while the need to get culture ‘right’ is widely acknowledged, the ability to do so is another matter altogether.

This has a lot to do with the fact that culture is not a science, but a living organism which constantly and unpredictably evolves. It has ‘a mind of its own’, which leads to the inevitable comparison with herding cats.

However, culture is too important to ignore. Which is why we’ve written a white paper “Company culture: Mastering the Art of Herding Cats” that pulls apart some of the myths surrounding how to implement it.

Company culture: Mastering the Art of Herding Cats 

Influencing behaviour at every level to improve process and business performance

Could these misconceptions be all that’s coming between you and instilling the culture your organisation needs? .

A significant proportion of operating profit can be attributed to company culture. But while the need to get culture ‘right’ is widely acknowledged, the ability to do so is another matter altogether. 

This has a lot to do with the fact that culture is not a science, but a living organism which constantly and unpredictably evolves. It has ‘a mind of its own’, which leads to the inevitable comparison with herding cats. 

However, culture is too important to ignore. Which is why we’ve written a white paper “Company culture: Mastering the Art of Herding Cats” that pulls apart some of the myths surrounding how to implement it.  

Download this white paper to learn how to take responsibility for your organisation’s future by becoming a data driven leader. Download the white paper and get answers to the following questions:

Could these misconceptions be all that’s coming between you and instilling the culture your organisation needs? .

January 2020