In a groundbreaking research report just published, this research explores how a company’s culture is acutely related to its business success and financial performance. Key findings include what cultural components organizations most struggle with today, and what areas of culture are most strongly tied to positive financial results.
As the workplace environment continues to shift at a pace never seen before, the nature of how decisions are made, how people work best, and the employee value proposition is also changing. Inherent to this shift is the role that organizational culture plays in establishing and managing employee expectations and opportunities. Smart organizations have learned how to capitalize on this new business climate by working to identify and build an organizational culture that foments growth, engagement, and productivity. Don’t miss these key webcast takeaways:
Learn how business impacts like strategic speed, flexibility, and financial performance are driven (or hindered) by organizational culture.
Discover what kinds of talent management results can come from accountable culture management?
Find out what culture components are most important to building and cultivating a performance culture.
Hear from industry experts like Colleen Barrett, President Emeritus of Southwest Airlines; Joann Russell, Vice President of Organizational Effectiveness at Nike; and others.
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Katherine Ratkiewicz is the Practice Leader of Organizational Development and Leadership at the Human Capital Institute. She has over 5 years of Human Capital Consulting experience for leading companies, most recently at Deloitte Consulting. Her consulting experience has focused on enhancing organizational and people performance through competency development, career management programs, learning and development programs, training design and delivery, succession and workforce planning, assessment processes for sourcing and selection and overall program administration. Recent research highlights have focused on innovative talent practices related to generational differences in the workplace, diversity and inclusion best practices, virtual teaming capabilities, and developing practical approaches for work/life balance in the new economy.
Ted Garnett – President and CEO of People Statements, is an entrepreneur with various business interests/experiences and is the founder of PS Culture Matters. He is the only consultant in the world certified in all three of the following: Return on Investment (CRP) through the ROI Institute, Six Sigma Black Belt for Business Process Improvement, and a Professional in Human Resources by the National Society for Human Resources Management. Ted also holds certifications in Employment Law and ERISA Benefits/COBRA Administration. Ted is also the author of AccountAccution- a journey from accountability into execution.