The 5 pillars of Organizational Culture and Organizational Culture Change – Arthur Carmazzi

The 5 pillars of Organizational Culture and Organizational Culture Change – Arthur Carmazzi

 

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Does your organization perform as well as it should or could?  Are your people not involved, or included in the purpose of the organization. Do they feel apart from it rather than a part of it?

In this Knights of Transformation video, Arthur Carmazzi will be sharing with the 5 pillars of changing organizational culture. This stuff is part of the “Culture Change Lessons from the Monkey King” Book by Arthur Carmazzi.

Organizational culture change requires a bottom-up approach to work in today’s era of instant gratification and more choices. People are not as patient as they used to be so any organizational culture initiative will need to show fast results. When people start to see the results of a change process, the level of engagement changes, and the remaining elements of the people driven culture change are more easily implemented.

The 5 pillars Arthur Carmazzi shares in this culture change video are designed to do just that, show visible results and get engagement.

Please do share this video and blog post… and stay tuned for next week.

 

DO check out another fun and enlightening post related to leading high performance, on leading team culture. This is about the how you can predict how people will react to a team and how to create high-performing teams. It is based on my new book, Architects of Extraordinary Team Culture.

and if you are interested in Brain Science and its affects on performance, please check out the some of the “Where is your Brain” videos

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One thought on “The 5 pillars of Organizational Culture and Organizational Culture Change – Arthur Carmazzi

  1. Arthur Carmazzi, Your article grabbed my interest right off the bat. Your content is just that engaging. I like your views on organizational culture and your writing on changing company culture!


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