Culture does not create behavior


By Managing Behavior, you Create a Performing Culture

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Making Decisions Count

Re-Architecting Behaviors - Engaging the Internal Talent Pool

  • In a business’s life, the values which guide how they make decisions are the most important; more so than any other factor, as values shape behavior, which sets your corporate culture. 
    • However, just stating them does not make it so. 
  • When stated vs. actual behavioral values are not aligned, people end up making decisions for the wrong reasons, spending resources on efforts that get overturned, and general schizophrenia in the overall decision making process
    • wasting lots of money along the way. 
  • Identifying the core decisions values of the executives - their intent - and putting them into an actionable framework, can result in massive change
    • typically in a very short time frame.

Change cannot be effectively driven from dictating process, or technology, or even budget, However, change IS all about executive intent - translating the decision values of your executives into behavioral actions of everyone in the organization. 

You pay the significant salaries for the people at the top, and yet, that superior knowledge and leadership seldom gets translated into the day-to-day behavior of the rank and file. 

If you can articulate the core VALUES (principles) - statements that reflect why you make decisions the way you do - you have a good start to effective change, but only a start. These are not things, these are values - statements that reflect why you would make a decision one way or another.

How is this, you ask? You have principles defined, and yet we still struggle with decisions and change? 

We can help you put these into a powerful tool for effective management in your organization.

NOTE: These groups are typically in conflict - this needs to be resolved - see next steps

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