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A presentation to a client on how to change and modify a corporate culture to ensure success.

A presentation to a client on how to change and modify a corporate culture to ensure success.

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How to Create a Corporate Culture How to Create a Corporate Culture Presentation Transcript

  • Staff Training SPI Innovations Corporate Culture & Code of Ethics
  • Welcome and Introduction
    • Welcome SPI Innovations Team
    • Corporate Culture and Core Values
    • Our goal is to a cquaint you with the driving values that will separate SPI from the competition
  • Overview
    • The purpose of this training is to give each of you a better understanding of what it takes to be a Tier 1 Supplier
    • It is important because the competition is fierce and committed
    • Corporate Values are the cornerstone of successful companies
    • What is Corporate Culture?
      • Organizational culture is the personality of the organization.
      • Culture is comprised of the assumptions, values, norms and tangible signs (artifacts) of organization members and their behaviors.
      • Members of an organization soon come to sense the particular culture of an organization.
      • Culture is one of those terms that is difficult to express distinctly, but everyone knows it when they sense it.
    Overview
    • Solutions Plus Incorporated Corporate Culture is critical to its’ success, and thus all SPI employees are required to read, understand and ensure that they and their co-workers act at all times in accordance with SPI’s Corporate Culture. This presentation is a summary of the principal attributes of our Corporate Culture.
    Overview
  • Vocabulary
    • Philosophy: practical wisdom
    • Values: worth and/or importance
    • Attitude: posture…condition
    • Teamwork: actions taken by group
    • Communication: conveying information
    • Innovation: creation of a new process
    • Results: a phenomenon that follows
  • Philosophy
    • Philosophy: practical wisdom
      • Customer satisfaction
      • Employee satisfaction
      • Solutions based consulting
      • Operate as a high quality company that provides valuable services to its customers, recognizes its’ employees and encourages learning and growth opportunities
      • Succeed as a team
    • The Leader always sets the trail for others to follow.
    Philosophy
  • Values
    • Values: worth and/or importance
      • Honesty
      • Integrity
      • Professionalism
      • Respect
      • Trust
      • Continuous learning and growth
  • Values
    • Values are the personal values of the individuals in the organization, which collectively, are the organizational values.
    • They connect us and bind us, creating a strong and unique organizational fabric.
    • The following personal values are embraced by the individual members of the company, our customers and the community in which we operate and constitute the core values of the company as an organization:
  • Values
    • Focus on people – caring about our people (employees) and responding to their needs. The members of our organization constitute our strengths and opportunities. The more empowered our people, the better our continual success.
    • Belief in self-direction – assuming responsibility for self-development and sharing responsibility for the development of others in the company.
    • Comfort with change and zest for improvement – collaboration, adaptability, creativity, innovation and risk-taking.
  • Values
    • Quest for quality – commitment to excellence in the products and services we offer.
    • Professionalism – commitment to being the best at everything we do.
    • Trust in process and each other – honesty, integrity, openness, equity, inclusion and respect for all.
    • Passion, joy and fun – passion for our mission, joy in our work, and fun on our journey.
    • Have the vision to go beyond the ordinary.
    Values
  • Attitude
    • Attitude: posture…condition
      • Can do attitude
      • Hard work
      • Enthusiastic
      • Have fun
      • Positive attitude
      • Value-added problem solving
  • Attitude
    • Attitude: posture…condition
      • Success oriented
      • Practical
      • Open door and open communications
      • Passion
      • Pride
    • Luck is what happens when preparation meets Opportunity.
    Attitude
  • Teamwork
    • Teamwork: actions taken by group
      • Team and company success
      • Performance not power is key to success
      • Everyone contributes and helps
      • Cooperation and collaboration
      • Personal accountability and ownership
  • Teamwork
    • Teamwork: actions taken by group
      • No politics, back-biting or bad mouthing
      • Leadership
      • Responsibility
      • Loyalty
      • Synergy
    • We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements in life, when all that we need to make us really happy is something to be enthusiastic about.
    Teamwork
  • Communication
    • Communication: conveying information
      • Put all cards on the table face up
      • Inclusive not exclusive
      • More information yields more input
      • Thoughtful, effective, result oriented and ongoing communications between and within all parts of SPI
      • Listen and learn
  • Communication
    • Communication: conveying information
      • Responsive
      • If it is not in writing, it didn’t happen
      • Judicious use communications
      • Speak up
      • No such thing as a bad idea
      • Factual and honest
    • By failing to prepare you are preparing to fail. - Benjamin Franklin
    Communication
  • Innovative
    • Innovation: creation of a new process
      • Creative solutions to problems
      • Innovative use of new technologies and use of existing technologies in innovative ways
      • Re-engineering of business processes and workflow
      • Strategic and tactical assistance to corporate partners and customers
      • Always present at least two well thought out solutions to every problem that you raise
    • We are what we repeatedly do. EXCELLENCE
    • Then…is not an act...but a habit! - Aristotle
    Innovative
  • Results
    • Results: a phenomenon that follows
      • Positive, additive working relationship
      • Performance oriented operation
      • On time, within budget
      • Never confuse efforts with results
      • Proactive not reactive
      • Continuous improvement
    • “ When you reach for the stars, you may not quite get one, but you won’t come up with a handful of mud either.” - Leo Bennett
    Results
  • Summary
    • Philosophy
    • Values
    • Attitude
    • Teamwork
    • Communication
    • Innovation
    • Results
  • Summary
    • Exercise these practices on a daily basis
    • Encourage your co-worker to practice this philosophical approach on a daily basis
    • Read motivational books and share with others your stories of excellent customer service
    • Operate as a team because teams win races
  • Summary
    • Look for more educational training seminars and sessions discussing SPI’s Corporate Culture in the near future.
    • Look for posters and desktop pads that emphasizes our new Corporate Culture.
    • Give us your feedback about this training session and our new Corporate Culture.