3 Mistakes Companies Make When 'Managing' Their Business Culture

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Stress-related illness, employee disengagement, ethical breaches signal that the business culture is not being managed. What if we used Nature's principles to adapt business cultures for rapid change?

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3 Mistakes Companies Make When 'Managing' Their Business Culture

  1. 1. 3 Mistakes Companies Make When Changing the Business Culture
  2. 2. What do we mean by culture?The temptations..... The signals......
  3. 3. Mistake #1: Failing to Manage the Corporate Culture
  4. 4. Gain insight: Bring the invisible to the surface.... Patterns reveal beliefs: Ask why? to uncover the belief. eg. “Employees are replaceable.”
  5. 5. Mistake #2: Trying to Change Behaviours
  6. 6. Control - Direct - Tell - SellBlock Innovation - Ethical Breaches - Blame Game
  7. 7. Replace control with support TweetAway: #StoosConnectThe Role of Manager is Changing- Release control; gain personal fulfillment and performance power Networked World
  8. 8. Mistake #3: Underestimating the Power of the Human Spirit: Contribute Creativity
  9. 9. Need for Radical Innovation -Resilience: water, energy, food, Nature
  10. 10. A Higher Level of Leadership from Business Learn from 3.8BY Experience Learn from 3.8BY Experience
  11. 11. Meet the LAMPindex.com -Know Part of Living SystemKnow Part of Living SystemCare for Nature &People:Embedded inCultureHigher calling: ToServeDriven by valuecreation; not$ Joseph/Jay Bragdon: Profit for Life
  12. 12. Attributes of a Living System High Performance Networks - Decentralized DMShared goal: contribute, sense of belonging, care & compassion.
  13. 13. Attributes of Living SystemFrugal with Resources - Financially secure; Self-organizing
  14. 14. Companies that operate by Nature’s principles arehighly conscious: intuitively; intellectuallyCompanies that operate by Nature’s principles arehighly conscious: intuitively; intellectuallyCompanies that operate by
  15. 15. Notice where the mind drifts to... which results go with a business whose primary purpose it to make a profit? Novo Nordisk - stewardship management model Ecological consciousness, systemic & financial health
  16. 16. Canon“offers greater value through less resources in life cycle”
  17. 17. NucorModel of decentralization and deep networking
  18. 18. stable, we can use to dynamically adapt business cultures.The same principlesNature uses to keep a complex system stable, we can use to dynamically adapt business cultures.
  19. 19. Self-organizing 1. Clearing barriers tocollaboration/innovation; 2. Creating a highperformance workplace; 3. Achieving personal fulfillment Employees care about your company; they know what is in the way
  20. 20. Deeply NetworkedLeadership Skills forComplexity+ Higher Consciousness + Intuition=Trust = HighPerformance
  21. 21. What are we truly capable of when....we replace force and struggle to survive with intelligence and creativity?#StoosConnect: Power of the Human Spirit + Higher Purpose+ Self-Organizing Networks=Phenomenal Performance Whe
  22. 22. Using Nature’s Principles to Create Resilience - An idea worthy of Collaboration www.FromInsightToAction.com

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