Your organization is an organism.
Why do some initiatives work and others don’t? Anecdotal experience can provide some insight: When surveyed following a failed digital transformation strategy, leaders said they had been focused on the governance, systems and policy components of the strategy. The people side? Not a priority, they admitted.
An organization is a living organism. Your culture — the unwritten and sometimes difficult to articulate principles that exist between humans — is a powerful force. It must be a priority.
Fortunately, people are developmental beings and are capable of change. By making your cultural values and behaviors visible, the humans in your organization can look forward together and achieve your shared vision.
Bigwidesky uses organization strategy best practices to create experiences for the humans in an organization facing change. Ultimately, the result is a self-driven culture that appreciates and works to foster the behaviors in alignment with aspiration.
How we enable leaders to cultivate a change-competent culture.
As a part of our integral approach to solving your biggest challenges, we have developed a series of offerings that include methodologies from foresight, communications and organization development.
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EMPLOYEE RETENTION STRATEGY
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POP: Creating a Culture of the Future
What if there were a simple activity that could mitigate the pain of this experience? What if business outcomes could be more inspired? What if it were easy to address this problem on a daily basis? It turns out we can respond positively to these questions.