Company (organisational) culture is one of the most important factors, which can determine the ability of your company to adapt to the changing world; to innovate and to survive. To be able to do this, there needs to be a specific approach to change, which can be developed only if your team shares a specific set of common assumptions (values). I have been thinking about the values which can contribute to building a strong, more adaptable and innovation-boosting company’s culture.
This is the article from the series: How to adapt quickly in a rapidly changing environment?
I need to point out one important thing: Just because these values can help you build a more adaptable company, doesn’t mean I think you should develop them into your company, or that they will even fit your current culture. Let me be very clear: Every company needs to find their own set of values which will help them move forward towards greatness.
However, I think setting on these values and developing them can support better adaptability of your company.
The values are:
1. Facts Vs. Interpretation of Facts
2. Decentralisation – where is experience located?
4. Learning and Sharing Knowledge
10. Keep positive and work outside your comfort zone
For the next 10 weeks, I will publish a weekly article and video about a value from this list. I will share case studies and examples, to illustrate how these values can help you build a better culture for your company.
I would like to thank Elvin Turner and Andy Kowalski for early feedback on this series of article.
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