Culture Clash: How Revamping Your Company's Culture Can Save Your Business
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Culture Clash: How Revamping Your Company’s Culture Can Save Your Business

So you notice there’s a high employee turnover rate, productivity has taken a hit, or you’ve got some not-so-great reviews on Glassdoor. These are some of the signs that you may want to take a closer look at your company’s culture. How your employees interact with each other and customers, management style, written and unwritten rules that govern daily operations, and the overall attitudes and beliefs all help build company’s culture and has a huge impact on the success and growth of a business. You might think that this is a daunting task that is too big to handle. Don’t be discouraged! Just remember PPT: People, Process, and Technology.


The people that make up your company should be priority. It doesn’t matter if you have a good product if you don’t have the people behind it to make it happen. Encourage your employees to grow and take risks. There is a difference between being a good leader and micromanaging. The former helps keep everything on track, but the latter can be the the killer of creativity and productivity. Also ask yourself if you have a team in place that is committed to your vision and clear about the goals you’ve set for you business.


Please excuse the cliche, but organization and communication really are the keys to success. Once you’ve identified what type of culture you would like to build, define the steps you need to take to accomplish your goals.


Now that you’ve got the who and the how, figure out what technology would best help you keep your progress on track. Whether it’s Google Hangout, Slack, Facebook or a personalized app for geared towards your company’s needs, the type of tech you use can foster a sense of community and goodwill amongst employees.

Take some time to evaluate your company’s culture. Before you can make any changes you need to have a strong idea of what you want your company culture to be and understand that the culture you work to create supports your mission and values.

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