Culture Change

How senior executives can lead enterprise culture during remote work

This is the final chapter of a three-part blog series on ‘Leading Culture in the 2020s’. Click here to read Part One and Part Two. For executives, changing the culture of an entire enterprise is not easy, nor quick. Significant, lasting culture change requires a structured culture change process, committed leadership and a well thought out …

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How people leaders can shape team culture during remote work

Part two of a three-part blog series on ‘Leading Culture in the 2020s’. Click here to read Part One.   The early stages of the COVID-19 restrictions involved getting your people accustomed to remote work and being tolerant of hiccups. Now remote work is here to stay (or at least a hybrid approach), regardless of …

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Harnessing culture to drive strategy and change in the 2020s

Part one in a three-part blog series – ‘Leading Culture in the 2020s’   Humans are adept at forming mutually beneficial relationships with animals. We tame and influence them with food, care, communication and other behavioural conditioning. In most cases, there are stark differences between a wild animal and a domesticated one of the same …

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Don’t be afraid to learn from mistakes

One of the defining characteristics of a Change Intelligent organisation is a culture of innovation which invites outlandish ideas and encourages failure. There’s a relentless passion for improvement that creates a work environment which nurtures imagination, values intuition and wants employees to take a leap into unknown waters. We can all learn from our mistakes: it’s …

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Royal Commission, Big Banks and Cultural Change

When the road ahead is unclear: Navigating beyond the Royal Commission for Financial Services The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry has dragged some grisly skeletons out of the banking closet since its commencement in December 2017, and you can bet there are more to come. While all the Ps (practices, …

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Leading Change in the Legal Services Sector

7 Change Making Tips for Leaders in Law Firms It is only in the last five years that disruptive technology, changing client demands and generational shifts have created a burning platform for law firms to change direction and evolve their operating models, technology and culture. Contracts can be reviewed by AI systems using hyper-intelligent algorithms; …

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