Smashed windows and organizational culture. The "Broken Windows Theory" and its application to organizational culture. The implications of the broken window theory for the business world are profound.
Most shared change management, digitization, disruption, organizational culture, performance management and strategy. Top shared posts.
Culture change is key for any digital transformation initiative. The hardest part of a successful digital transformation is the cultural piece. Digital transformation isn’t really about technology, it's about organizational agility.
The important parts of the organizational culture are essentially invisible. The importance of addressing organizational culture in transformational change.
Organizational culture is central to the success of mergers and acquisitions. This organizational culture clashes cannot simply be swept under the carpet or ignored. It has to be managed.
Emotions are hugely powerful. But many managers barely tap into that power when driving organizational change. Employees’ emotions are where the momentum for real transformation lies.
Too many change programs don't fully deliver due to lack of foundations . Start the change management process with a clear and compelling reason for the change.
Ripe for digital disruption - Cable TV ending like the fax machine. Cord cutting will probably become the default viewing preference in the not-too-distant future.
Charged customers for unwanted insurance. Another disaster for Wells Fargo. Organizational culture that crushed reputation
Before Uber, Airbnb and Netflix, The Simpsons was creating disruption as the first cartoon created for adults, on prime time. .From TV to OTT service - Disruption continuous
The pace of change is accelerating – Digital disruption is the primary catalyst of change. Anything which can be digitized will be digitized – Ready for digital transformation.
Organizational culture reading list - must read from HBR. Why company culture is more important than ever.