“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”- PETER DRUCKER
If you believe that culture can transform a company into a cause…
…If you believe that thriving culture can be intentionally created…
…You may be ready for cultural vibrance.
REVERSE ENGINEER YOUR IDEAL FUTURE OF CULTURE.
“To win in the marketplace, you must
first win in the workplace.”- DOUG CONANT, CAMPBELL’S SOUP
SECURITY IS A THING OF THE PAST.
Once the gold standard of the employment contract, job security has become tarnished and ineffective in attracting the best talent.
Talent Security and Passion Security have become much more important.
Welcome to the era of free agent employment.
“No company, small or large, can win over the long run without energized employees who believe in the mission and understand how to achieve it.”– JACK WELCH, FORMER CEO OF GE
The biggest barrier to successful Experience Design and staging is the lack of a vibrant culture that supports it.
There are many traditional ways to define organizational culture
A RECENT STUDY FOUND THAT…
Only 30% of employees are engaged at work. 50% are disengaged, and 20% are actively sabotaging the company they work for.
But can you define vibrant culture?
Here’s how we do it.
Vibrant Culture: Intentionally designed and
personally meaningful agreements
that connect and unite individuals and organizations
in reaching their highest living expression.
Vibrant cultures are the ultimate contribution.
How VIBRANT is your culture?
The Journey to a vibrant culture always begins with the individual.
Storytelling shapes culture.
Flipped Classroom + Video Game + Storytelling + Experience Design + Social app =
A CULTURAL GAME CHANGER
4 Reasons Why Games are Good:
1. Video games create – urgent optimism
2. Video games encourage – blissful productivity
3. Video games offer – epic meaning
4. Video games promote – tight social fabric
The Star Chamber … a cultural game-changer.
In the early 1300s, Edward II, King of England, instituted sweeping organizational change.
And as Edward would tell you (and he would know), “Culture is King.”
by Jane McGonigal
AN EXPERIENCE EXPOSURE
See the Future of Culture differently.
Culture is a challenging idea to discuss. It seems very simply and hopelessly complex. Many executives don’t try to do much about culture because “it just is what it is.” It’s inevitable. It’s just the way it’s always been around here. The thought that a new, different and vibrant culture can be intentionally created seems too good to be true. And yet most business experts see culture as the biggest barrier (or the biggest supporter) of success. Not the second biggest or in the top ten, but the single most important.
Maybe it’s time for a cultural revolution.
The Expected questions:
Are you saying that Culture is more important than our products? Our customer service?
Isn’t improving Culture as simple as giving everybody a raise?
Leaders always get “push-back.” Isn’t it just something they need to deal with?
Maybe a new company can create a culture but one that’s been around as long as ours – you’ve got to be kidding.
The Experience answers:
Everyday, when your people are at work, it’s an Experience. For good or for ill, it’s an Experience. How people interact with issues, what agreements (mostly tacit) they live by, the social congress is all affected by your organization’s Culture.
And since Culture affects, well, everything, it’s safe to say that creativity, productivity and positivity are also affected, which in turn affect the design, manufacture and dissemination of your products or services. These cultural biases affect customer service, as well.
There is no wider science than Culture, because it oozes across the entire width and breadth of your organization.
We can help you intentionally design the Culture you want and transform your organization.
“In His Own Words”
Mark Tomaszewicz, Ambassador of Joy, Pirch
Pirch is a luxury retailer of appliance and plumbing products that has made their work a cause. And that cause is creating and spreading joy. Pirch turns the mundane into the memorable for everyone who walks through their doors by focusing on creating genuine human experiences.