The first step for any successful culture change
Most organizations fail in their attempt to modify organizational culture. However, 15% achieve positive culture change to better compete in the future. i4cp’s extensive research into those organizations unveiled several commonalities in their approaches:
- They took the time to understand the culture–and its nuances–that exist today
- Instead of attempting to transform their culture, they took a renovation approach, systematically analyzing which elements to retain—and which to change
- They conducted early assessments and collected feedback to set the cultural path and desired behaviors before embarking further
By popular demand, we have made available our Culture Renovation™ Assessment—based on our groundbreaking research study involving thousands of organizations—to serve as a critical first step in planning a culture change initiative:
- Assess culture health by uncovering areas of strength and improvement needs and benchmarking these vs. high-performance organizations
- Identify cultural problems and target where they are occurring and why—in order to defuse them for the future
- Gain an accurate, holistic understanding of your culture today to correctly shape the culture you envision for tomorrow
Better understand your organizational culture
i4cp’s Culture Renovation™ Assessment combines employee listening techniques with analysis of external sentiment data to help your executives truly understand the culture via three actionable dimensions:
18 Actions for a Successful Renovation
i4cp’s research uncovered 18 specific tactics which organizations can employ to create effective change, but none of these tactics will work without correctly understanding the culture in place today. i4cp’s Culture Renovation™ Assessment provides the baseline understanding executives and people leaders need to Plan, Build and Maintain a successful Culture Renovation™.
We know what it takes to effectively change culture, drawing from the experiences of member organizations such as Microsoft, 3M, T-Mobile, and Booz Allen.