The reality is that all your staff are ‘orphans’. They all come from different homes
with varying socio-economic upbringing, ethnic diversity and different education
experiences. Not only this but they are often from different age ranges from the
highly mobile, tech smart Gen Y group, to the Gen X career oriented set to the retire
oriented but experienced baby boomers.
It does not mean staff are likely to be dysfunctional but they may not have the same
way of looking at life and work and interacting with others.
What do Organisations typically do?
An organisation typically creates a set of Values as a ‘code of belief’ which employees
should follow. The Values may include; Integrity, Passion,Teamwork, Customer Service
etc. Most companies add definitions and a set of behaviours which focus on key actions
relating to the Value.
4 step cultural change process
Whilst the above approach is a natural starting point organizations often fail to
take this a step further and get employees to demonstrate the Values and be recognized,
credited/rewarded for it. It may seem a bit Skinnerian but it works.
What will Culture Change initiatives achieve?
The Core Measures culture change methodology acts to unite people to inspire a passionate
It utilizes a combination of consultative analysis and an internal team based approach
utilizing ‘technology’ transfer to create a chain reaction revolution from the value
culture design, system and process to affecting individual mindsets. There are projects
between value workshop segments that allow the key influencers to implement and cultivate
powerful perceptions that create energy to spread throughout the organization.
NB Core Measures’ clients may be at different changes of a culture change and therefore
Different starting point.
For a complete step-by-step roadmap to culture change within your organisation,