Culture eats strategy for breakfast’
is a quote that is often used but rarely taken seriously. Peter Drucker identified a key business insight that’s easier said than solved.
Today, the interdependence of work culture, employee engagement and sustainable company success is so closely linked that you can’t isolate one from the other successfully. In a world of constant change, the organizations that take the time to address and strengthen culture are the ones best suited to thrive.
During my nearly two decades as manager and full-time working mother of four, I developed a passion and multifaceted understanding for the significance and impact of workplace culture and organizational learning. As part of a complex, multinational corporation, my experiences highlighted the power and possibilities of successful change and transformation processes. The essence of effective change and organizational transformation is the ability to remain agile and adapt to fast changing business environments, such as the ever evolving impact of digital technologies. Doing this, while keeping employees motivated, satisfied and giving their work real meaning are the keys to success.
My degree in ‘Systemic Organizational Development’ enabled the in-depth exploration and discovery of new tools, methods and scientific research from top experts in the field.
I couldn’t be more excited to work with individuals and companies who want to institute these frameworks for more engaged employees, a stronger workplace culture and sustainable results.