Culture, easily forgotten during stable times, has become a high-stakes strategic imperative amid rapid employee turnover, evolving workplace expectations, and changing marketplace conditions. Many organizations struggle to shape a new culture while they are responding to the demands of the moment. However, culture cannot be forgotten; the organizations that cultivate and develop it effectively have a sustainable advantage in navigating change, crisis, and uncertainty.
It is no longer sufficient to treat culture as an inert force or eternal identity that lives within the organization. Instead, cultures must be made for change. In made-for-change cultures, leaders shape and direct culture deliberately. These cultures maximize employees' potential to evolve, grow, and improve in support of a changing set of organizational imperatives.
In this white paper, learn how to cultivate and manage a made-for-change culture through a combination of eight key drivers.