Date: 29th September 2017
Time: 9:30am - 11:45am
Theme: Business Strategy, Operational efficiency
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You can have the best plan in the world but if you don’t have the right culture to support it then it will fail.
This session will make the case for consciously managing culture, the costs of not doing so and how to measure improvement.
It will also look at ideas for working on / improving culture.
Attendees will learn about the only model available globally to actually measure business culture and the degree of entropy (negative energy) present that will be impacting results. They will also get chance to have their own personal assessment.
What will attendees learn / take away from the session?
The Barrett 7 levels values model
A personal 7 levels assessment
How to measure culture if they want to start consciously working with it
Bio of Deliverer - Roger Longden
Driven by his belief that the key to seamless growth is in how you put your plan into action, Roger leads the team at There be Giants who are known for applying the principles of agile to the way clients develop and execute their strategy. Building on his skills as a qualified performance coach, he splits his time between working with fast-growth tech & digital businesses and consulting on performance management with the likes of F1 teams, national sporting bodies, North Sea oil & gas and the Prison Service.
His research into performance management has attracted international attention and has lead to a number of keynotes and a visiting lecturer role at MMU Business School. He is also recognised as one of the UK's leading authorities on OKR's (Objectives & Key Results) - the approach to performance used by many successful tech businesses.
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