Dilemma: can you, should you, attempt to change your organization’s culture? Thoughts?
February 16, 2011, 3:43 pm
Filed under: - Change Execution
, - Leadership
, - Organization Change Management
, - People Change Management
, - Project Management
, - Strategy and Imperatives
, - Strategy Execution
| Tags: Change Management
Okay, this is an experiment at crowdsourcing solutions … here’s the dilemma:
- we all know that culture is a “challenge” for our current change initiative, Program or Project (let’s be clear this is a euphemism!)
- BUT addressing culture was never raised in the business case or in the initial Program scoping
- quite possibly whoever brings it up now takes a big career risk
- What do we do – do we talk about the elephant in the room or sweep it under the rug?
Please share your thoughts by commenting. I will summarize and share mine back in a couple of days here or on a related post – don’t want to miss it … you can subscribe by email at the top left.
What do you think?
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