Underlying so much of a business’s ability to succeed links directly back to the culture within. From my perspective far too many companies simply allow their cultures to evolve, paying little attention to it and its impact on service, strategy achievement, change ability, attraction and retention of staff members and a horde of related factors.
As I see it, leave your culture on its own at your peril!
Earlier today I came across yet another infographic offers some sound insight and advice. Produced by HumanResourcesMBA.net, Corporate Culture Mindset: The Difference Is Our People, the infographic defines culture and then examines the cultures at Pixar, Google and Patagonia.
Image source: www.humanresourcesmba.net
What do you think?
How often does the culture in your company find itself on the agenda of your leadership team?
Does your culture enhance or retard employee engagement?
As always,I’m looking forward to seeing your comments…
Have a great day and onward with a smile, Ken
- Infographics Outlines Employee Engagement (kenmilloy.wordpress.com)
- What is Employee Engagement Anyway? (kenmilloy.wordpress.com)
- Company Culture at The BBB Conglomerate Network Drives Innovation (prweb.com)
Good work! I agree with you order to evolve we must be willing to cultural change
Thanks Leila – while the infographic isn’t mine I felt it captured some important ideas. I tend to feel that culture is the key element in business success in the new era of work and service.