What time is spent on administration versus purpose orientation?
How are they focused on the purpose?
Which are the main processes and who the main
Which factors give orientation to your organisation?
What gives it purpose and how is it aligned with that purpose?
Is the culture of your organisation supporting you to meet the needs of your customers and the changes in the market?
The value of values come to life when they are embedded in processes defining the prupose of your organisation.
You require a new alignment and focus. What will be aligned? What will the focused? And of of course: How? Where to begin? What will change mean to my current business? Who will join in? With FluidCulture you have a method in your hands that will help you define how much of what, in which depth will be taken up. We open avenues, develop options and hand over the appropriate tools. In case required we will also be part of the process as sparring partner or deeply involved. That is entirely up to you to define as our systemic approach leaves all avenues open to you.
Just as employees have very individual patterns of action and reaction the same holds true for entire organisations. Understanding the patterns of basic assumptions that influence behaviour. Uncovering assumptions and behaviour that have turned dysfunctional over time. These are the questions we raise to understand the steps needed to transform the organisation so that it can face current and future challenges. By increasing the willingness for cooperation, self-regulation, engagement, sharing… whatever is required in your industry and market.
In the development of any organisation there will be processes that were necessary but are now actually impeding customer focus. That is, if customer focus is the purpose of the company. Two unwanted effects could result from this development. One is that some of the ideals and processes that made the company could be dysfunctional in today’s context. Second some processes develop to be a hindrance to the purpose the company is following. Employees get frustrated, lose their dedication resulting in dissatisfied customers – a vicious cycle that can and should be stopped. It is possible to balance the processes, realign them to fulfilling the necessities of administration but focusing on delivering to the customer. The FluidCulture method allows you to identify what the right balance is. It helps you identify the path to attaining that balance.