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How a systems change affects corporate culture.

Most culture change programmes begin with a company developing new values and cascading them down the organization. Employees usually respond positively to new values and find them exciting. Within the space of a year, executives are delighted by how they see their culture has changed. Then they introduce a change in systems. Employees under stress, revert to their old behaviours. All the work done in a culture change is lost.

The info-graphic below shows what can go wrong with a systems change - how a poorly implemented systems change can affect both people and culture in an organization.



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See our other detailed info-graphics showing the journeys each of the following groups take in a culture change.

  1. The overall corporate culture journey
  2. The Employee journey.
  3. The steering committee journey.
  4. The senior managers journey.
  5. The change agents journey.
  6. The executives journey.

Also see the related infographics on how a systems or structure change can affect a corporate culture.

If you intend changing systems or structures, ensure you integrate a way to address these problems as part of your corporate culture journeys.



You may also like:

  • Change management toolkits.A series of tools and toolkits you can use to train up different role players in a culture change process.


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