Building Culture and Communications for Effective Digital Transformations
Quarter Backing Great Company Company Cultures requires establishing a company culture plan.
- Navigating the uncharted waters of Digital Transformation requires cohesive, collaborative teamwork.
- Leading a Company through it’s diversity and complexity, and mastering it’s many moving parts requires a defined decision making process and Communications plan.
Together these essential elements must be recognized by the company as part of it’s culture.
Digital Transformation Decisions made based on,
- Intelligence gathering and carefully listening to people who know answers to critical questions
- Fostering good decisions promotes buy-in. May Companies mistakenly ignore their people. Top down managers often seek answers to support their preconceived conclusions.
This article addresses,
- How create a rock solid company transformation culture,
- Why Great Transformation Leaders develop a Transformation Culture,
- Identifies Key Transformation Leadership skills,
- Describes a Conductive Transformation Leadership Style,
- Outlines Communications Requirements,
- Defines an Effective Transformation Decision Making Process.
A company’s culture is the best predictor for success or failure. Good leaders pay careful attention culture and have a Company Culture Plan that connects all strategic and tactical plans. The Company Culture plan is the foundation of the company’s,
- Market Operating Style,
- Company Behavior,
- Market recognition,
- Market Attractiveness.
- Ability to recruit and train top talent,
- Creates a personal connection among employees.
Culture Plans do not misplace the importance of essential employee attributes such as, resourcefulness, relentlessness, creativeness, responsiveness, proactive nature, natural confidence, or domain knowledge.
Instead the Transformation Culture brings a new style that builds upon and delivers these attributes in a people first, enablement fashion that serves a multitude of employee behavioral thinking, social, economic, gender, and generational backgrounds.
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