What do a giraffe, a koala and a penguin have in common with leading organisational cultures? They’re all masters of adaptability.
This is, of course, an oversimplification of two very complex ideas – evolution and culture.
But whether it’s a giraffe with its anatomic adaption reaching for food, a koala eating the toxic leaves of the eucalypt, a flightless bird, the penguin, diving deep underwater for food, or a company finding new markets and new ways to connect with customers, adaptability is essential to surviving and thriving in a changing world.
Organisational culture faced one of its greatest challenges over the past year as the pandemic forced organisations into new ways of working in new market conditions.
In the wake of this (mostly unplanned) change, leaders were prompted to reassess their organisation’s purpose
and culture to realign business strategy to what matters most.
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