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    Don’t outsource your culture change

    Adopting new more agile ways of working is on the agenda for businesses - large, small, corporate, not for profit, government - responding to the needs of customers and the changing ways of the world. If a business needs to change how it is working, the culture will need to shift too.

    You can't hope to make changes to the way work is done without looking at what the culture might need to be like. Yet many organisations engage or outsource to a company to 'come in and do it for us'. It's ‘let’s get someone in, they’ll make it happen and we won’t have to do it'.

    Yes it can get messy and complex and tough, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth doing.

    Any cultural shift in your organisation will take time. It’s not a mandate; it’s a conversation, a demonstration, and a commitment to try on whatever new ways of working appeal.

    New cultures are created, meeting by meeting, conversation by conversation, task by task, person by person. They don't switch over like summer time or flick on like a light.

    So start now. It doesn’t need to be perfect and you don’t need to have it all ‘worked out’ first.

    Action: Get your people together and start a conversation on the culture they'd like to work in.

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