This week I have one simple message for you, whether you’re a CEO, transformation leader, change management professional or project manager.
You can’t implement your strategy, digital transformation or projects until you’ve done this one thing: “adapt your approach to your culture.”
No matter how much you may want to execute any initiative (including changing the culture), you can’t influence at scale until you’ve figured out how to align your execution approach to the culture. This includes:
your business rationale and strategic context, so people get the “why”
your project management governance, essential to get traction
your change management approach, to build momentum
your leadership style, particularly if you are new to the organization
And once you’ve figured this out, you can significantly accelerate the change.
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About Lisa Carlin
As a strategy execution specialist and scaleup mentor, Lisa works with ambitious digital leaders to turbocharge their transformation and business planning. Lisa’s clients have an independent sounding board and expert advice so they have absolute confidence they WILL ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS. Lisa is Co-Founder and Director of FutureBuilders Group of organisational development specialists, and volunteers as Chair of the University of Cape Town Australia Trust. Her early career was with Accenture (South Africa) and McKinsey (USA).