Culture Transformation

Organizational culture is most simply described ‘as the way we do things around here’ and it includes the deeply held beliefs and values that flow beneath every conversation, decision, and action taken.

Peter Drucker’s ‘culture eats strategy for breakfast’ is a lighthearted reminder that leadership teams must make culture a central focus in the design and implementation of their business strategies.

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We design people and culture strategies that powerfully shift culture in the direction of business strategy, while simultaneously developing change leaders across the system to sustain momentum.

“We have an organization that’s performing much better. Individual leaders are more confident, strategic thinkers who are able to challenge assumptions. The management team has stronger relationships and a richer pool of actionable cross-functional knowledge. The result is the ability to influence the organization and achieve desired change.”

Andrew Wnek Senior Vice President and CIO Canadian Tire Corporation, Ltd.

“We have strengthened the alignment between the business and delivery—in a way that every employee understands how the skills they demonstrate on a day-to-day basis contribute value to the business. We have also built a new reciprocal relationship between the organization and its employees that shifts the culture from one of entitlement, to one where there is leadership at every level.”

from Aligning Employee Skills with Delivery Capability, a case study of Context’s results (Information Management Forum, Atlanta, 2005)