Creating an eculture

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Establishing and nurturing a positive culture has long been a challenge for organisations... and then along came a new playing field, social business. The answer to creating an eculture is a simple …

Establishing and nurturing a positive culture has long been a challenge for organisations... and then along came a new playing field, social business. The answer to creating an eculture is a simple model...

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  • 1. creating an eculture
  • 2. culture culture everywhere... the case study the model applied the outcome
  • 3. culture was challenging enough... ...and then along came social business
  • 4. this is the story...
  • 5. 38 countries 20,000 people 11 languages 38 business owners Franchised 18 time zones ....and and of course.... infinite opinions!
  • 6. “ How do you manage people who work from different locations? What is it like to work with people, you seldom or never see face-to-face? Can an individual learn to work online successfully does online work take the 'human' element out of the work place? Can you build trust among a remote group of co-workers online? How do you create a positive collaborative infrastructure on line ” are their 'teachable' competencies or does one have to have an instinct for it?
  • 7. The technological answer... a web based platform, that enabled online learning, communication, reporting and collaboration
  • 8. the people answer... hmmmmm
  • 9. “Culture is a little like dropping an Alka-Seltzer into a glass-you don't see it, but somehow it does something.” Hans Magnus Enzensberger
  • 10. the culture model
  • 11. Culture Citizens Community
  • 12. Community In biological terms, a community is a group of interacting organisms sharing an environment ... like minded individuals form a collaborative, unified by common interest, goals, motivations, beliefs
  • 13. Citizens accept their rights, responsibilities and obligations in being part of the community know the repercussions if they breech the boundaries contribute, collaborate, participate and share
  • 14. Culture so culture... is the reason
  • 15. did it work?
  • 16. more experiments...