Category Archives: Organisational Culture

Are these Sacred Cows or Trojan Horses

Are you, like me, fascinated by the mythology which surrounds modern working practices? What I mean by mythology is that growing collection of words and phrases used to describe working practices which have long since lost their true meaning  People … Continue reading

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How empowering is your organisation?

What does the word ‘traditional’ conjure up in your mind? Perhaps it channels your thinking to descriptive words – historic, old-fashioned, conventional, regular, standard, normal, or even established. Maybe those words portray solidity, trust and reliability. It may even suggest … Continue reading

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Ground Rules

How can you help teams and members stay on the desired path to high performance and values alignment? If the team has clearly defined performance standards as well as clearly defined citizenship standards, the path is obvious. That defined path … Continue reading

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