Success depends on broad-based engagement of the workforce.
Culture initiatives are usually conceived and launched
on the executive floor. But to succeed, they must move
across and down the organization — to the shop floor ...
to the field ... to the front lines where you actually
meet the customer.
A Venue for Execution
Instead of a conventional top-down approach that relies on a linear model of cascading change, the 95-5 Methodology uses a much faster and more potent "swarm" approach. Culture Shaping Sessions are designed to mobilize everybody in the culture shift, and to distribute accountability for success across the organization's various subcultures.
These workshops provide an all-important framework for execution. Participants are guided through a structured process for operationalizing their new cultural ambitions. The vehicle each group uses for this is a value-adding Culture Payoff Project that addresses meaningful job-related issues.
Give people a solid understanding of culture, its importance, and how it influences corporate performance
Manage people's expectations by focusing attention on the mission-critical culture traits
Provide a structured approach to translating the new culture objectives into routine work behavior
Channel corporate energy away from cultural infighting or resistance to change, and toward good operating
Culture Shaping Sessions serve as working laboratories. Participants apply key concepts and bring the shaping efforts down to the local subcultural level.
Our Training Programs on Corporate Culture
High-Velocity Culture Change gives clear, hard-edged guidelines managers can immediately put to use. Participants are assigned personal accountability for driving culture change in their part of the organization.
Achieve dramatic culture shifts in record time
Generate management support for culture change efforts
Avoid the mistakes that sabotage attempts at culture change
Gain competitive advantage by creating a culture of Corporate Athleticism, Market Intimacy, and Innovativeness
Success depends on broad-based engagement of the workforce. Shaping Corporate Culture sessions focus participants on the mission-critical 5% of culture, enabling them to identify and operationalize the necessary culture shifts.
Acquire a solid understanding of culture, its importance, and how it influences corporate performance
Manage expectations by focusing attention on mission-critical traits
Provide a structured approach to translating new culture ambitions into routine work behaviors
Channel corporate energy away from cultural infighting or resistance and toward strong operating results