Culture Management is the process of cultivating and scaling work culture inside an organization. This includes keeping a pulse on the many aspects of the organization’s culture while measuring the impact of the culture on morale and productivity.
Culture managers, like Chief People Officers, are focused on establishing a work environment that helps people contribute and collaborate at their full potential. This means developing an organizational culture that creates a great place for people to work together. The benefit to the business in cultivating a great work culture is sustained, high performance by the people working in the organization.
Culture managers come by many names. Titles include Chief Culture Officer, Chief People Officer, Vice President of Culture, Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Head of Employee Experience to name a few. This is a relatively new role as companies realize that investing in culture returns significant financial impact. Often in smaller organizations this is not a full time role, but rather a responsibility of the Human Resource team.
An easy litmus test to gauge the true character of the company culture is to survey employees about how long it takes decision-making to occur. A workplace culture with slow decision-making, requiring many inputs and approvals, is a sign of poor management style, low risk taking, antiquated organizational structure, and a low-autonomy work environment. In other words, not a culture that will scale or endure.
The micro-moments are the interactions between employees. Every chat, every exchange, every email, every meeting: these interactions between employees establish and reinforce the overall cultural values.
Different cultures breed different employee experiences. There’s no standard set of organizational values to adopt. Yet the cultural elements and management processes should all signal the expected behavior inside each employee interaction.
A culture management strategy is the foundation that outlines the entire culture lifecycle, from evaluation of current culture to implementation of cultural change to measuring to scaling. The strategy outlines the sentiment of the people, the organizational values, and the methods of collaboration. Although having an initial strategy is important, a good culture manager is always willing to adjust the strategy based on perpetual assessment.
This template will be useful for HR managers in the preparation of materials and corporate culture of the company and methods of increasing employee loyalty to the company.
Company leaders can use the slides in this template when preparing for a meeting to rally employees and strengthen corporate culture. University professors can use this template when preparing courses on personnel management or effective team building techniques.
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