Tag: Culture change

A culture which values and supports solution focused efforts, learning and collaboration is more likely to encourage adaptation and resilience. Strong leadership best practices help drive this culture.

Changing the way we lead organisational change

Change can be difficult. Individuals, teams and organisations often find the ‘status quo’ difficult to break. Phil Owens explores why change is so hard, and how you can help ensure that a critical change program you implement in your organisations can succeed It is an accepted truism that the only constant is […]

The challenge for HR professionals wanting to drive culture change is in equipping themselves with the knowledge and competencies to be skilful and engaging business partners.

HR as a partner in culture change

Leader–HR professional partnerships can be key to achieving the culture change that moves a business forward, writes Dave Hanna When organisations successfully implement culture change to become more competitive, more innovative or less bureaucratic, it is usually the business leader who earns praise for the transformation. Thus, the public celebrates […]

HR’s evolution is being driving by three key factors: improving functional effectiveness, redefining leadership and transforming organisational culture,

How to take HR to the next level in 3 key steps

The best HR teams and leaders are driving HR’s evolution across three key dimensions: achieving the next frontier of functional effectiveness, redefining leadership and transforming organisational culture, according to a recent CEB research report. It found that HR often lacks sufficient analytic and change-management capabilities to meet line leaders’ needs, […]