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"Never before have organizations faced so many challenges,
 and never before has there been such a need for leaders to formulate new responses.
 Uncertainties and complexities abound. The only thing truly predictable is unpredictability.
As Yogi Berra puts it, ‘The future ain’t what it used to be'."
- Warren Bennis, as quoted in 21st Century Leadership


"What holds the modern company together? The short answer is culture. But which type is right for your organization?"
- Rob Goffee & Gareth Jones, Harvard Business Review

Do you need to:

Have a framework for understanding different types & choices of organizational culture?
Clarify what kind of culture you currently have as well as what best fits your business?
Take action to create the culture you desire?
Get everyone on the same boat within "clashing cultures"?

Organizational culture is about how people within your organization relate to one another. It's about the degree to which people socialize (the sociability factor) as well as drive business objectives (the solidarity factor), build relationships with one another as well as achieve bottom-line results. Depending on the kind of business you are in as well as your business environment, you may need to focus more on either sociability or solidarity. We will help you to identify your current culture, look at different types of cultures - with their advantages and disadvantages - and take actions to create the culture you desire.


"It isn't the changes that do you in, it's the transitions. Change is not the same thing as transition. Change is situational: the new boss, the new team roles, the new policy. Transition is the psychological process people go through to come to terms with the new situation. Change is external, transition is internal."
                                             - William Bridges, Managing Transitions

Change in organizations has become the norm instead of the exception. As a result, management is continually seeking ways to ease the transition of these changes to their employees. One of our roles is to assist your organization in implementing a change management process that increases productivity while reduces resistance.


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