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“A project culture is the element of a project that keeps its members together, committed to a shared cause. "Creating" a culture can be creepy. Having to be committed to the corporate manifesto, ...

“A project culture is the element of a project that keeps its members together, committed to a shared cause. "Creating" a culture can be creepy. Having to be committed to the corporate manifesto, having a shared enemy, awkward rituals. Talking about corporate values that people don't experience.

This freaks people out.

In this webinar Bas discusses with you the principles to bootstrapping a culture. Revealing a culture without freaking people out.”

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  • Bootstrapping Culture Without Freaking People Out. Bas de Baar ProjectShrink.com
  • “A project culture is the element of a projectthat keeps its members together, committed to a shared cause. "Creating" a culture can be creepy. Having to be committed to the corporate manifesto, having a shared enemy, awkward rituals. Talking about corporate values that people dont experience. This freaks people out. In this webinar Bas discusses with you the principles to bootstrapping a culture. Revealing a culture without freaking people out.”
  • Next slide contains a recording of the webinar "Bootstrapping Culture Without Freaking People Out." hosted by Bas de Baar from ProjectShrink.com at September 7, 2011.
  • How I view culture. (conversations) Bootstrapping.(revealing a culture)
  • How I view culture. Flags! Busy Bodies. Conversations.Template Conversations.Essential Conversations.
  • “Creating” vs Bootstrapping
  • Group culture and cues
  • Flags!
  • “… culture is the result of all the daily conversationsand negotiations between the members of anorganization. They are continually agreeing ... aboutthe ‘proper’ way to do things and how to makemeanings about the events of the world aroundthem. If you want to change a culture you have tochange all these conversations—or at least themajority of them.” Source: http://www.new-paradigm.co.uk/culture-complex.htm
  • Bootstrapping. 1. Set agenda.2. Enable conversations3. Explore associations
  • 1. SET THE AGENDA
  • 2. ENABLE CONVERSATIONS
  • http://www.good.is/post/what-happens-when-you-put-a-coffee-table-at-a-bus-stop/
  • 3. EXPLORE ASSOCIATIONS
  • Maps Must-seeLandmarks FolkloreCeremonies
  • Bootstrapping. 1. Set agenda.2. Enable conversations3. Explore associations
  • Thank you!BasDeBaar@gmail.com Bas de Baar ProjectShrink.com