Organisational cultures are influenced by and comprised of many different aspects. This article explores some of the complex dimensions of organisational cultures and how HR can play a leading role in supporting cultural transformations.
We are pleased announce that Catherine will be running a full day workshop on Transition Leadership with the abp – The Association of Business Psychology on Thursday the 28th of February 2019 in Piccadilly, London.
Navigating and leading successful transformations requires working with the emerging complexities and ambiguities of an impermanent landscape. The workshop will explore change and transformation in business, with a new perspective.
BREXIT has left us swimming in a sea of ambiguity. For some organisations ambiguity creates an opportunity for leading edge potential. In others ambiguity creates anxiety and overwhelm. It all comes down to the nature of the relationship with ambiguity how it is experienced and worked with…….
‘Knowledge is Power’, a phrase termed by Sir Francis Bacon in 1597.It’s become the foundation for success in society.Depth of knowledge known as, ‘Subject Matter Expertise’ influences all aspects of our lives, you only have to look at the range of degree topics that universities are offering compared to 10 years ago.Specialist skills have become favoured over generalist skillsets.People are hired, developed and promoted on the depth of their expertise.Many organisations pride themselves on the knowledge base of their workforces, promoting their expertise as a key competitive advantage.
Navigating the complex territories of continuous change and transitions is an unspoken given for today’s leaders. A key task that challenges leaders to develop and utilise specific capabilities to achieve successful outcomes. A practice we at Transition Dynamics call Transition Leadership. What is it and why it works?.............
Transitions, a word that we commonly use and frequently underestimate. Particularly when it comes to success or failures of change and transformation programmes…… Why?
Terms Change and Transformation are commonly used in our business lexicon.
What both words have in common is that they involve complex, journeys moving from the known to the unknown. Neatly summed up in one word known as Transitions.
We all know that change is a constant in the business world. If you have read any of our earlier blogs you will recall us mentioning this once or twice… And we are reiterating it again, it’s a simple unavoidable fact in today’s corporate landscape.
Do we need to consider organisational culture?
When we talk about culture in the organisational sense what do we mean?
We mean the way things are done, the shared values and beliefs that shape how people act, interact and perform their roles within the organisation.
In today’s business world, the focus is ‘change’. Those of you on transition journeys will recognise the urge to hone in on the problems, and spend a lot of time and energy on how to fix them. But, do we spend enough time...