Evolving the company culture: a pragmatic approach
Evolving the company culture is one of the main challenges to conducting successful strategic transformations. How about relying on the existing rather than venturing into a logic of disruption?
Reinforce the company culture
Companies with a strong culture perform better over time than their competitors. But what is meant by company culture? And how can you turn it into an asset to mobilize your teams?
Differentiate through corporate identity
To differentiate a company in saturated markets, its project, convictions and culture are increasingly important. How can you promote them in a compelling and credible manner?
Create a culture of accountability
Our defensive reflexes cause us to hold onto old habits, and thus obstruct change. How can we address issues in a more constructive and responsible manner?
How can you ensure lasting change and avoid falling back into the same old habits? Lasting behavioral change requires a combination of logic and emotions.
Defining your company’s corporate purpose
More and more companies are choosing to clearly state what they provide to society. But there is nothing anodyne about this approach: it must be at the same time collective and efficient, inspiring and rooted in reality. How can it be steered?
Converting your organization to a digital culture
Although digital transformation has become a necessity, achieving a successful one is more a question of culture than of technology. How can we “change everything” to maintain a competitive advantage in a world gone digital?
Fostering a more inclusive culture
Diversity, equity and inclusion are invaluable and complementary assets for companies. But converting good intentions into concrete action is far from easy. How can we move forward while avoiding missteps?
Promote leadership values
Many companies seek to develop leadership by communicating on strong values. But these are often at odds with the reality in the field. How can you promote leadership values in a credible way?
Harness the power of habit to manage change successfully
Many change projects fail because people return to their former behavioral patterns. Yet this is not inevitable: how can one use habit as a supportive—rather than obstructive—change management driver?
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