a great tool for working
with corporate culture🔥
of an organization and change it
Since then, we have gone far ahead: we’ve learned how to measure culture using questionnaires, influence values through the introduction of new management practices, determine the level of culture with spiral dynamics and so on.
But the stories have never lost their power. After all, every time the leader starts telling about the moment when he was sincerely proud of something your colleague did, we put aside our spears, sit down by the fire and start listening. Because this story helps us find the answer to the most important question: "Why is it worth to behave like this in our tribe?”
But here’s the thing. We’ve learned to implement culture management practices purposefully and consciously, but we rarely approach stories in that manner. What would we be able to create if we chose to listen to the stories we tell and work with them purposefully?
work with stories for more than 15 years
will share how to use the power of stories to:
Here's the Conference schedule (Moscow time, you can check the timing against your time zone here):
the 18th of May, from 09:30 till12:00 and from 17:50 till 21:10
the 19th of May, from 10:00 till 11:20 and from 17:10 till 20:30
the 20th of May, from 09:20 till 12:00 and from 17:10 till 19:30
You can check the deailed schedule in this Google folder
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The Business of Stories