About this Solution Suite
Cultural transformation initiatives are a growing trend among organizations of all sizes but they can easily become over-priced projects that fail to deliver lasting value. If the key components of an organization’s cultural vision are not visibly integrated into talent-facing processes and policies like performance management and workspace environments, the initiative will not have a sustainable impact on the way employees think and work.
This Solution Suite is based on a keynote presentation given by Mike Dallas, Senior Vice President of Human Resources Global Operations at HP, during HCI’s 2014 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference. In it, you will learn how this global leader in technology transformed its culture to reverse declining employee engagement and support an ambitious growth strategy.
This suite will demonstrate:
- What elements to consider before spending money on a new cultural transformation initiative.
- How to design a compelling cultural vision and framework that engages employees and aligns to business strategy.
- Why and how HP used “cultural champions” to communicate its new cultural vision to employees around the world.
- Why embedding the new vision into HP’s processes and policies was critical to its long-term success, both internally for current employees and externally for potential employees.
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