Tactics and Timelines for Changing Culture

April 9, 2018

In our recent Master Class on creating a culture of innovation, we explored questions including:

  • What does it mean to try to change the culture in an established enterprise to drive innovation?
  • How can you make your goals specific—and what are the tactics that can move you toward those goals in the short-, medium-, and long-term?
  • Who are the players you need to get involved and how do you achieve alignment?

The session was hosted by Gary Getz and Michel van Hove of Strategos. As part of it, they asked participants about the biggest cultural barriers to innovation that exist in their companies. The results:

One big take-away quote from Getz: “One way to change culture is to practice the future behaviors you desire.”

You can watch the Master Class above; we’ve also shared slides here


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