What it is
A comprehensive, unique, and original program to assist corporate leaders in their transformational path. From the inside out
A project to determine whether the organization’s culture encourages or suffocates the transformative energy of the firm, as well as whether or not leaders are aligned with the brand’s purpose and dedicated to transformation.
It is specialist assistance for implementing cultural transformation projects with the goal of getting individuals to buy into the plan and work toward the intended outcomes. It’s a deep dive into what’s important and how to put relevant attitudes into practice in businesses.
How We Do It
A strong understanding of the relevance of organizational culture as a key component in allowing the company to make the necessary changes required by the environment and situation in which it operates.
Participants will get the opportunity to identify the characteristics of their culture that define it, expanding their understanding of how culture affects the company’s competitiveness.
Evidence of the three structuring pillars – culture, leadership, and innovation – for the renewal of competitive strategies in line with market demands.
Promotion of organizational self-knowledge through analysis tools and leader preparation to promote transformation in the company.
Through the project, each manager will be able to analyze and build solutions to transform their business.
Companies that are succeeding in the new, unpredictable, and dynamic business climate have made significant adjustments in how they act, think, and interact with consumers and the market. They used corporate culture and leadership as drivers of change to accomplish this.
When it comes to company leadership, the figure of the founder or the chief executive of the second or third generation is sometimes overlooked.
This is because the founder frequently gives his way of being and sets the tone for the company’s organizational culture, which will be mirrored by its employees. And it has been done in an unspoken manner for years and years.
However, it overlooks the strategic importance of organizational culture in driving business transformation. It’s pointless to desire to revolutionize your firm if it isn’t already revolutionary, or at least willing to be.
It is through people and what moves them that such a revolution/transformation is achieved.
This is because the founder frequently gives his way of being and sets the tone for the company’s organizational culture, which will be emulated by the employees. For years and years, this has been done in an unspoken way.
However, it overlooks the strategic importance of corporate culture in achieving business change. It’s pointless to desire to revolutionize your firm if it isn’t one, or if it isn’t open to it.