Cultural Insanity: And the roadmap to Great Organisational Culture

Cultural Insanity: And the roadmap to Great Organisational Culture

by Ross Judd

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Overview

Are you working in a great organisational culture? Is your culture program achieving the results you were hoping for?
Are you working with an inspired, highly motivated team who are all pulling in the same direction?

If not, you might be guilty of cultural insanity without realising it. Have you:

• initiated a “culture change” program because something was wrong, instead of including culture as part of your ongoing strategy?

• talked in vague terms about “improving” your workplace culture without identifying the culture needed to achieve your purpose?

• imposed a “culture change program” on your people without involving them in the decisions?

• spent days analysing the data from a “culture survey”, only to end up more confused than when you started?

These mistakes are common, and almost guarantee a mediocre culture. Author Ross Judd has the solution to this insanity. You can achieve a great culture by Aligning it with the purpose of your organisation, and then Defining the culture you need to achieve that purpose. It’s part of the A.D.A.P.T. process that will engage your people in creating a culture that inspires the sort of motivation, commitment, and drive you have always craved, and that will lead to powerful business outcomes.

Everything you need to know is in this book. A.D.A.P.T. and you can create a great culture.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781925921441
Publisher: Team Focus International Pty Ltd
Publication date: 10/16/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Since completing his Masters in Communication Management over 30 years ago Ross has worked with groups from mining, manufacturing, construction, finance, banking, accounting, retail, wholesale, government departments, corrections, and even sporting organisations to create new, exciting, productive, and effective organisational cultures. He's learned from the debilitating mistakes inherent in the usual "culture change" programs, and has built the A.D.A.P.T. model to highlight how simple and effective the process should be. Ross is more passionate than ever about helping you create a great organisational culture that will deliver amazing results.

Table of Contents

Introduction: The power of culture 1

Chapter 1: Defining and understanding organisational culture 11

Chapter 2: Nine principles to guide you 19

Chapter 3: Meeting your employees’ needs 25

Chapter 4: 10 common culture mistakes to avoid 31

Chapter 5: The cure for the cultural insanity 37

Chapter 6: Align with purpose 43

Chapter 7: Define target culture 53

Chapter 8: Assess current culture 63

Chapter 9: Plan and Transform 75

Chapter 10: How to lead a successful culture program 85

Chapter 11: How to develop successful leaders 91

Chapter 12: Engaging an external partner 101

Chapter 13: Measuring the results 107

Chapter 14: Other applications of A.D.A.P.T. 111

Conclusion 115

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