. . . Continued

The late Peter Drucker said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” There has been much written on exactly what Drucker meant when he said that. The prevailing conclusion is that Drucker was not discouraging the formulation of a good strategy, but instead he was emphasizing the fact that culture is more powerful than strategy. It has been observed that a company with the right culture and a mediocre strategy will be more successful than a company with a great strategy and the wrong culture. We can lead your leadership team through a series of seminar discussions to help you transform your organization to the culture that makes the most sense for you and your mission. 

Facilitating your
Leadership Team

We will facilitate your leadership team to consider several important questions. Here are some of them:

  1. What is organizational culture?
  2. What is the current culture of your organization?
  3. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your organization’s current culture?
  4. What cultural transformations would make your organization stronger?
  5. How can a culture help hold each other accountable while working together to solve complex problems? What will that look like and how do you effect that transformation?
  6. What does it mean for a company to become “best in the industry”? How will the proper culture help you excel in embracing constant change in a way that it will generate better margins and greater growth? Are these classical business metrics the best measurements of better culture, or are they only symptoms that OBE has made improvements in its culture, and that culture should be measured more directly in other ways? If so, what are those other metrics?
  7. Culture transformation will be iterative (experimental). What iterations should be attempted to effect the desired cultural transformation, and how will your organization execute those transformations?

We will help to make these and other such questions to be the focus of the current narrative of your company’s leadership. If you are interested in finding out more about this opportunity, please  email our president (Dr. Richard Routh) and ask for a Zoom appointment to explore this opportunity. 

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