Corona pulse measurement
The biggest challenge for organizational culture in 2021: Reunite the people after Corona!
Since March 2020, leadership and collaboration have changed dramatically in all organizations. Presence has become digital, small talk in the kitchen is a thing of the past, online winetastings have replaced company outings, meeting platforms are booming, and workdays (and nights) are meticulously scheduled. At first glance, this looks like desirable efficiency, but a second look reveals the other side of the coin. Longer screen-based working hours, increased work intensity, the number and length of meetings increases exponentially, because talking in passing is no longer possible, homeschooling of children as a side show, lack of space, loneliness in isolation, an increasing number of mental illnesses among employees, scarce or enormously changed communication. All of this leaves its mark on people, teams, and therefore on companies. The pandemic puts corporate cultures to the test: "What has changed and how do I adapt the new circumstances to my corporate culture in order to actually be close to my employees?"
Individual concepts for culture change in companies.
No matter how brilliantly a corporate strategy is formulated, if the corporate culture opposes it, it cannot be successfully implemented.