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How to build a culture plan

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Jul-2018 06:15:00 / by Jerome Parisse-Brassens posted in Culture planning, Jerome Parisse-Brassens, Transformation, Leading culture, Leadership, Culture change, Change

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 Building a culture plan sits at the core of how you transform organisational cultures. Without a plan, it’s like shooting in the dark: you sort of know where you want to go, but you have no idea how to get there. Most organisations are familiar with building annual plans for infrastructure, IT, people, strategy and operations. However, when it comes to culture, few businesses are used to develop effective plans.

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The crisis legacy in organisational culture

[fa icon="calendar'] 10-Apr-2018 07:20:00 / by Walking the Talk posted in Reputational risk, Culture change, Corporate culture, Change

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This article appears in and is reproduced with the permission of Brazil's leading financial newspaper Valor Econōmico, from the original Portuguese version

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Culture Change: Reads of the week 26.10

[fa icon="calendar'] 26-Oct-2017 14:08:37 / by John Hodges posted in Culture change, Innovation, Behaviour management, Trust, Change

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Do you know how to change the minds and influence behaviour of those around you? Or why your culture efforts might be failing? Read our Culture Change blog to find out...

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Rio 2016 Olympics Opening Ceremony: Is what you see what you get?

[fa icon="calendar'] 11-Aug-2016 14:58:26 / by Humberto Branco posted in Behaviour, Brazil, Leading culture, Change, Accountability, Humberto Branco, Current affairs

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On Friday 5 August, over 3 billion people around the world had their eyes locked on Rio de Janeiro to watch the Olympics Opening Ceremony. There is no doubt about it - it was a beautiful spectacle. Headlines throughout the world the following day congratulated Brazil for a truly amazing show. As the Washington Post said, “Rio was basking in what it does best. This is a country expert in revelry, which every years fills its streets with dancing, stranger-kissing, inebriated glee at Carnival.”
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Consistency is the key to Culture Change

[fa icon="calendar'] 09-Jun-2016 17:35:15 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Behaviour, Behaviour management, Culture change, Leading culture, Managing culture, Responsibility, Change, Corporate culture

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'Consistency is the key to Culture Change'

This heading seems to be a contradiction in terms. Isn’t change all about doing things differently, being adaptable? Where does consistency come in?

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