Building World-Class Company Culture
Even if you have a great business strategy, your culture should provide an environment where people are passionate about their work, mission, and company.
What is the thought or feeling that drives you forward? What encourages you to complete tasks successfully?
Imagine if we could replicate that motivation and share it with every staff member or employee. Unfortunately, this is not possible, not yet at least. But for the time being, we have a good blueprint to help us instill this motivation in our company members and employees.
Alongside Jairek Robbins, Michael Brooks has analyzed his company's culture; goLance, and shared best practices in the article here: Allwork.
Here are a couple of excerpts from the article:
You can’t manage what’s not measured, so it’s important to conduct a survey to measure values to get a baseline for the current state of your company. Values can include concepts people rate such as teamwork, creativity, flexibility, and so on.
As businesses get ready to meet the opportunities, challenges, and unknowns in 2023, they must focus on prioritizing and nurturing their company’s culture. When that happens, you can lead your brand with a purpose that instills confidence with your workers, customers, and partners.
If you want to be a great company, think about growth from a long-term perspective, and have a shared vision. When your team members understand where the company is headed in the short term, as well as the long term, and they are excited to be on the mission, you can create a culture based on shared values, greater clarity, and insight...
Even if you have a great business strategy, your culture should provide an environment where people are passionate about their work, mission, and company. Perhaps that’s why management guru Peter Drucker once said that culture eats strategy for breakfast.
If you think the excerpts above are interesting, give the full article a read here:
Three Culture-Building Steps To Create A World-Class Company