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Presenter: Mark Samuel, Author of Creating the Accountable Organization
Given the pressures of an increasing number of priorities, limited resources and exponential change in most organizations, organizations must get better at execution. Yet, the challenges of departmental silos, conflicting priorities and breakdowns in coordination between functions and levels in organizations are detrimental to achieving business outcomes effectively.
In the past, culture was based on values, but in today’s business environment, it is critical to create an Execution-Based Culture that is directly linked to business results and still reflects the values of the organization. This presentation describes this kind of culture change experience and provides the systems, strategies, and tools that have been used repeatedly and internationally to change culture within a 6 month period.
-A model for culture change that links execution, relationships, and deliverables
-The process for making culture change within an organization
-How to clarify the role of "middle management" as the change agent
-The use of recovery plans as the key competency for increasing accountability
-Results of a Multinational Case Study that used the tools and processes presented on
Executives, Leaders of Organizational Change,Directors, Anyone who wants to learn how to promote positive organizational culture