An organisation can have the finest strategy, complete with action plans, timelines and metrics, but if it is not supported by their culture – “the way things are done around here” – it will likely fizzle out somewhere along the way.
For a strategy within an organisation to develop and be implemented successfully, it must fully align with the organisational culture. Strong cultures promote successful strategy implementation while weak cultures do not. That’s why managing organisational culture has to be on the top agenda for every company.
High-performance organisations set, manage, and monitor their culture to achieve strategic objectives.
They start by defining the desired culture required to enable their strategy, then define values that align with their culture and intentionally cultivate these in their workforce.
Managing organisational culture
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