By Austin Welch
Famed management scholar Peter Druker once claimed, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” While strategy is important, company culture ultimately drives the success. But culture is a big ship to steer, so how do you effect positive changes within your organization and continue to improve your group’s culture?
Change is hard. Beginning with smaller steps can improve your chances of success. An incremental approach can also boost the morale and confidence of your team, especially if you’ve corralled an interdepartmental coalition. Small wins, surprisingly, have the same psychological benefits as big wins, and these perks will keep your collaborators upbeat and ready to weather the storm of uncomfortable changes.