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Category: Perspectives

Building momentum through networks

The work of cultural transformation is deeply complex with a great deal of uncertainty and ambiguity. While it is essential for any transformation to be championed and role modelled from the top, it also requires a strong network of people at multiple levels within and across an organisation to be able to sustain significant change. ...

Cultural Evolution – When slowing down is the fastest way forward

While many change initiatives have clearly defined scope and timeframes, the pace with which culture can and will transform is highly variable.  Whilst momentum is necessary to  transform culture, there are times when the faster change is driven, the stronger the resistance, and the less likely we are to generate sustainable cultural transformation. If this ...

Cynics, Believers and Realistic Optimists in Cultural Evolution

In our work with organisational cultures, there is often deep cynicism regarding culture and change programs. The cynicism is frequently not without good reason, and when explored can contain valuable information regarding competing organisational commitments.  Cynicism is often the result of a culture which has limited personal agency and autonomy, and organisations with a history ...

Happy Holidays from the Adaptive Cultures Team

We would like to thank you for being a part of the Adaptive Cultures community this year and for your valuable contribution. This year has been one of acceleration and opportunity for Adaptive Cultures, full of meaningful and inspiring work with clients who have been ready to embrace the work of cultural evolution. Here are ...

Adaptive Cultures – Moving through Stages of Maturity

A major premise of the Adaptive Cultures Evolution Framework is that organisations adapt and evolve through stages of maturity. More mature stages of development are becoming increasingly necessary as the environments in which organisations operate become more complex. What needs to occur in order for organisations to humanely evolve? In order for organisations to “grow ...
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