Use Organizational Culture to Drive Change

Discover how to define and assess organizational culture, manage change and engage employees

Do you know how to use organizational culture to bring change to your company? Does everyone in your organization know and live by the values that are core to your culture? And if there is the need for change, do you know how to integrate new values that will make the business more competitive?

Now there is a change management strategy that unites everyone in the organization around needed change. This unique process starts at the core of your culture and lets you manage change from the inside out. Discover how to define your unique core culture and engage each employee to live by the distinctive, strategic, and universal principles and values that will generate success. Sometimes the only change that is needed is to be better at being who you say you are. Other times, more extreme change is needed to thrive.

Whether going through a merger or acquisition, leadership change, rapid growth, unsettling economic times or a drop in employee morale, defining and assessing organizational culture managing organizational change  and increasing employee engagement is fundamental to business success.

Contact Sheila Margolis–President of Workplace Culture Institute–to guide your organization so that culture becomes the force that drives your business. Workplace Culture Institute is a consulting firm based in Atlanta, Georgia, serving companies globally.

 Define and Assess Organizational  Culture-Conduct an Organizational Culture AssessmentDrive Organizational Change-Achieve System-wide Change Using the Five PsIncrease Employee Engagement-Conduct an Employee Engagement Survey

 

 

 

How to Make Organizational Change Successful through Alignment of the Five Ps

Watch this video to learn more about the importance of aligning your organization’s core culture with practices and the image you project to the public in order to achieve successful organizational change.

Contact Sheila for the following services:

  • Consulting

    • Have Sheila support you in conducting an organizational culture assessment to define the Core Culture.
    • Let Sheila help you facilitate an Alignment Audit and create an Alignment Plan to drive change.
    • Invite Sheila to conduct an employee engagement survey and make changes to improve employee engagement.
  • Speaking

    • Book Sheila to speak in the areas of core culture, organizational change and employee engagement.
  • Books

Contact Sheila to learn how she can support your company in defining and shaping your organizational culture and in using culture to manage change. Learn about her consulting and coaching services, invite her to speak to your group on organizational culture and employee engagement and read her books.

Consulting Services

 

Speaking Topics

Books

Current blog topics on organizational culture and change and employee engagement

  • Sustainability and the Five Ps
    Sustainability is a commitment to ethical behavior in three areas of responsibility: economic, social, and environmental. This effort is an environmental and human focus that is profitable for the organization. Sustainable organizations create value and long-​​term stability while contributing to society at large. The 5 Ps model illustrates how the value [More…]
  • Using incentives to motivate employees
    Extensive research indicates that intrinsic motivation leads to higher performance. In other words, when the task itself is motivating due to being enjoyable and interesting to the employee, then the employee will expend greater intensity, effort, and persistence in doing the work, thereby enhancing performance. Work that is enjoyable and [More…]
  • Definition of Employee Engagement
    What Is Employee Engagement? What is the definition of engagement? There are several definitions out there, but most are consistent with the following: Employee engagement is the holistic expression of a person’s preferred self in a work role. Employee engagement is dedicating one’s cognitive energy, affective energy, and physical energy to one’s work. Engaged workers [More…]
  • Clarify organizational identity during times of major change
    When going through change, avoid changing organizational identity. Identity is the organization’s Purpose–the fundamental reason why the organization exists–and its distinctive Philosophy–its enduring, guiding principles. When these few attributes change, employees will need to re-​​consider if the workplace is right for them because identity changes are like changing the company. [More…]
  • Core Culture can be your competitive advantage
    Is your competitive advantage your organization’s culture? One facet of the organization that any company can focus on to improve its potential for success is its organizational culture. I’m not saying this is the only factor for success, but it would be hard to find a highly successful company that does [More…]
  • Culture interview with CEO of Pear Analytics
    I conducted an interview with Ryan Kelly, founder and CEO of Pear Analytics, a web startup in San Antonio, Texas. They build search engine optimization tools and software to help make SEO accessible to everyone. This interview focused on the culture of Pear Analytics—its purpose and core values. SM. What is [More…]
  • Organizational change model: The Five Ps
    The Five Ps is a model that depicts a system-​​wide view of an organization. You can use the Five Ps to understand your organizational culture and to use culture to manage change. Once you have defined the central three Ps of the Core Culture, you can bring change by aligning the [More…]
  • Organizational change models: a four-​​​​step organizational change process
    The Building a Culture of Distinction program is a four-​​step process for bringing needed change to an organization. Use this process to guide you in using culture to drive change. The steps of the organizational change process are as follows: 1. Define the Core Culture of your organization  Define your organization’s central principles—its [More…]