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? ...

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 3 Mistakes Companies Make When 'Managing' Their Business Culture Presentation Transcript

  • 3 Mistakes Companies Make When Changing the Business Culture
  • What do we mean by culture?The temptations..... The signals......
  • Mistake #1: Failing to Manage the Corporate Culture
  • Gain insight: Bring the invisible to the surface.... Patterns reveal beliefs: Ask why? to uncover the belief. eg. “Employees are replaceable.”
  • Mistake #2: Trying to Change Behaviours
  • Control - Direct - Tell - SellBlock Innovation - Ethical Breaches - Blame Game
  • Replace control with support TweetAway: #StoosConnectThe Role of Manager is Changing- Release control; gain personal fulfillment and performance power Networked World
  • Mistake #3: Underestimating the Power of the Human Spirit: Contribute Creativity
  • Need for Radical Innovation -Resilience: water, energy, food, Nature
  • A Higher Level of Leadership from Business Learn from 3.8BY Experience Learn from 3.8BY Experience
  • 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
  • Attributes of a Living System High Performance Networks - Decentralized DMShared goal: contribute, sense of belonging, care & compassion.
  • Attributes of Living SystemFrugal with Resources - Financially secure; Self-organizing
  • Companies that operate by Nature’s principles arehighly conscious: intuitively; intellectuallyCompanies that operate by Nature’s principles arehighly conscious: intuitively; intellectuallyCompanies that operate by
  • 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
  • Canon“offers greater value through less resources in life cycle”
  • NucorModel of decentralization and deep networking
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Deeply NetworkedLeadership Skills forComplexity+ Higher Consciousness + Intuition=Trust = HighPerformance
  • 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
  • Using Nature’s Principles to Create Resilience - An idea worthy of Collaboration www.FromInsightToAction.com