Culture & Change
Do you desire to build better engagement? To boost innovation? To modernize? To digitalise? To improve performance? To prepare for Industry 4.0 and face down disruption? Is your culture and cultural evolution the basis for success in all these adventures?
What if you could benefit from the expertise of other modern workplace professionals, and discover both new and proven methods to handle your challenges? Your projects might just end up benefitting, when you are able to steer clear of the mistakes that other digital workplace professionals have already made on your behalf.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” according to legendary management consultant Peter Drucker. Culture being the complex mixture of written and unwritten rules of engagement between individuals and in groups in any organization. Surely it is THE factor that determines your ability to adapt and thrive in a complex world.
The group is moderated by experienced change professional Max Bailey. Max is currently Chief Of Existential Query at The Tea Makers, who is working with organizations to unlock the potential within their employees and change the culture. The group meets 3-4 times a year. Meetings are held in English. Boye & Company provides meeting minutes from each meeting as well as an online forum for members to continue the conversations in between the meetings. There are guest speakers at most meetings to provide new insights and further input to the group. Guest speakers are typically relevant customer cases, analysts or experts within the field.
This is a confidential forum where experienced HR-professionals and change makers can meet, provide feedback and share thoughts and ideas in an inspiring setting. Whether you are in HR, Innovation or the operational business of any function, the Culture & Change Peer Group is a place for you to learn from others about how work culture is evolving and how to make real sustainable change. Share openly and in confidence with peers from other industries and companies. Discover real problems, get help, learn new strategies & tactics, hear case studies and participate in learning exercises.
Your career benefits
Enjoying honest conversations in a confidential forum.
Learning from the experience of others facing similar challenges.
Receiving inspiration from peers in other industries or organisations.
Sharing your ideas or challenges and receiving honest feedback and advice.
Furthering your career through extending your network and being better equipped for your job
Blog post by David Collins: No more culture change programs (March 2019)