Where does culture sit?

Where does culture actually sit? Who is responsible for culture in your organisation? Which department should take ownership of this? What makes a culture successful? How do we start getting people used to talking and observing and listening?

In this episode, we consider and question how we can tackle this when factoring in all the everyday changes of an organisation.

Tips and thoughts are shared on how to help you along the way.

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Organisational Culture by Edgar H Schein Organizational Culture and Leadership by Edgar H. Schein

Culture Code book by Daniel Coyle Amazon.co.uk : Culture Code Daniel Coyle

CIPR CEO Research Report – Click on Download PDF button Resources (cipr.co.uk)

The Field Model by Redefining Communications The Field Model – Redefining Communications

Influential Internal communication by Jenni Field Influential Internal Communication – Redefining Communications

Fish rots from the head by Bob Garratt Amazon.co.uk : fish rots from the head

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