One of the buzzwords that keep coming back in my discussions with clients and colleagues is innovation. Every organisation wants to be innovative. But what is it we’re talking about, and how do you embed a culture of innovation in your business?
HR has always appeared to be the natural home for the mechanics of leading culture change. In recent years, however, I’ve observed another human resource in the executive team. A person whose influence over culture is potentially the most powerful of all: The Chief Financial Officer.
If you are a parent, you know that it is important to be a role model for your children, meaning that you need to behave in the same way you want them to behave.
Disengagement is quite common in organisations and it can affect anyone. Sometimes it is temporary, sometimes it is permanent.
Our Culture Change blog this week includes the Seven Seismic Shifts that executives must take to become leaders, practical advice on how to develop the culture of a virtual team, and how great leaders make effective and lasting transformations in their organisations.