A root cause of significant cultural resistance

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Jerome Parisse-Brassens

Walking the Talk's Jerome Parisse-Brassens explains that a root cause of significant cultural resistance is managers and employees using the individualistic mental model that helped them thrive and achieve results in the past.

 

The Digital Transformation and AI report is the 2nd of a series of reports from Walking the Talk looking at the evolution of culture in the modern workplace. Every year we take a close look at a major business issue which will impact the management and enablement of corporate cultures, talking to global business leaders and adding our own perspective as the world’s leading consultancy focused entirely on culture.

Conducted over the last 6 months, Walking the Talk’s research report, ‘Is your culture AI-ready? Cultural lessons from Digital Transformation applied to the AI journey’, incorporates insights and best practice from leaders from a range of industries including Technology, Agriculture, Government, Financial Services, Media, Professional Services and Telecommunications.

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