RETHINK CULTURE / Building the Culture of Adaptive Capabilities
June 10 and 11, 2021
A company’s shared behaviors, beliefs, and values can be a source of competitive strength but also an obstacle to change. The old saying that “culture eats strategy for breakfast” isn’t without merit. According to 2018 a Gallup survey of random 30,628 U.S. employees, 66% of workers are either disengaged, essentially ‘checked out’, or actively disengaged, busy acting out their unhappiness.
What must organizations do to inspire their employees? What frameworks and tools are available to leaders in imagining and creating a bold culture of creativity, productivity, purpose, and impact? What cultural attributes are needed to succeed in digital businesses? How do leaders develop these attributes in people?
It is essential to first understand the challenges faced by traditional organizational behavior strategies in order to bring change.
Topics include: Organizational reinvention, customer centricity, psychological safety, managing talent, detecting a company’s essence, Fixed mindset to Growth mindset, culture of empowerment, experimentation safety nets and elimination of fear of failure, defining leadership for the Digital age, & insertion of adaptive, strategic, execution, and emotional quotients (AQ, SQ, EQ, & EQ) to raise Digital Quotient (DQ) of the organization. People at the center, realness vs words only.
Professor Morten Hansen
Harvard Business School
Professor Boris Groysberg
Dr. Ryan L. Raffaelli
Dr. Amy C. Edmondson
Dr. Ranjay Gulati
Co-author, Great By Choice
The Digital Transformation Flywheel: CULTURE
In this session, learn how leaders build culture through reinvention and transformation of talent management frameworks; How leadership can effectively socialize digital transformation goals to empower the workforce to achieve organizational growth and innovation objectives; How optimized standards and governance help leaders successfully navigate the managerial paradox of organizational reinvention; How the sustained journey of customer centricity can facilitate an organizations successful evolution; and more.