April 14

How can we improve the culture in organisations?


How can we improve the culture in organisations?

1. Know where we are by measuring what is important.
2. Listen to all employees through a system where they are safe and anonymous.
3. Accept that organizations are complex, not complicated.
4. To understand complexity, we need to think differently.
5. To change culture, it is about behaviour, competences and leadership qualities.
6. We must learn theories around "Fluid Culture" and "Quantum management"

This is important to improve the company culture in organisations.

Fluid Culture and Quantum management

Quantum management is a management approach that focuses on the principles of quantum physics, such as uncertainty, non-locality, and entanglement.
This approach emphasizes the importance of understanding the interconnectedness of all elements in an organization and how they interact with each other. It also emphasizes the importance of creating an environment of trust and collaboration, where everyone is encouraged to contribute their ideas and perspectives.
This approach can help to create a fluid culture, where ideas and perspectives are shared freely and openly, and where everyone is encouraged to take risks and innovate. This type of culture can help to foster creativity and innovation, and can lead to greater success for the organization.

We surely all agree that the world has changed drastically from the 1st industrial revolution to the 4th industrial revolution. To put numbers on it According to McKinsey (2018) "Compared with the First Industrial Revolution, we estimate that this change is happening 10 times faster and at 300 times the scale, or roughly 3,000 times the impact".

So improve the company culture in organisations is not easy but changing a mindset will start a process to the better. 


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