Research has shown that organizations applying specific, informal, and emotional approaches to influencing behavior are significantly more likely to experience change that lasts.
What people do matters more than what they say or believe. To obtain more positive influences from your cultural situation, begin working on changing the most critical behaviors, and the mind-sets will follow. The research of Katzenbach, Oelschlegel, and Thomas reveals that adopting the 10 Principles of Organizational Culture helps teams and businesses learn to deploy and improve its culture in a manner that will increase the odds of financial and operational success.
To learn more about this leadership tip, read Katzenbach, Oelschlegel, and Thomas’s article.