A focused conversation about the relationship between a firm's cultural principles and attributes and how these investments deliver competitive advantages, near and long term.
CEO of Chicago's Growth Play says that the most self-evident tenet of company growth and prosperity over time, pivots on talent—getting and keeping them in key roles. That, Dan Weinfurter says makes culture a strategic factor.
Entrepreneur magazine frequently posts the top firms based on culture, which they define as
"A blend of the values, beliefs, taboos, symbols, rituals and myths all companies develop over time."
Culture, however is also a two way street, the values are alive, and may conflict with messages and values leadership tries to impose. Today, measuring furthers understanding of the attributes and qualities within a healthy and effective culture. When used appropriately, these metrics also reinforce behaviors that produce favorable financial results.
Lockton will also share their own experiences and ROI discoveries as presented to Financial Executive Institute recently.
*Registrations required on or before October 19, as seating is limited to 20*.
Remember to read the articles listed below in advance and bring your questions and thoughts along.
*Note, Lockton provides a light coffee and breakfast. If for some reason, once registered and your schedule changes, please let Rachel know and free your seat. Questions or changes contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage you to review summary reflections from previous Strategy discussions on the blog: Strategic Insights . Feel free to add your comments.
Understanding your culture ROI
Does Company culture pay off
GlassDoor Research March 2015 (note be sure to click and download the PDF)
Lockton Presentation to Financial Executives Organization, July 2016 excerpts