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Author: Adaptive Cultures

The Baby and the Bath Water – Highlights of Adaptive Cultures Workshop

In early October, Adaptive Cultures launched its inaugural public workshop in Melbourne. There were some fabulous discussions around the different challenges each participant’s organisation faced and the opportunities for developing a way to enact their cultural journeys. One of the most powerful conversations on the evening was the baby and the bathwater – in any ...

Humane Organisations: Four steps to creating a great culture

In our research on cultures, we intimately explore what organisations and people view as a great culture to work in. One key attribute that was highlighted through all the organisations we researched revolves around creating more humane organisations. The dictionary definition of humane is “showing kindness, care or sympathy towards others, especially those who are suffering”. Some ...

The top five attributes of an adaptive culture

Whenever a new CEO comes in we get restructured AGAIN. While there are always promises of a culture change, the only things that really happen is we shift from centralised to decentralised back to centralised again.   While a lot of organisations have picked up the language and concepts of complexity and adaptation, our observation ...
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