SESSION 3 – Challenging the Organizational Culture

All visionary managers acknowledge human capital and ethical organisational culture as the wheels that make business performance work on long term. Moreover, scientific research has shown that organisations that carefully select their people and instill a culture based on moral values and principles are more likely to keep up with the complex dynamic of the economic sector and suffer less from any kinds of losses (technical failures, human and other resource shortages, integrity risks, market turbulences and customer defections etc.).

This session will provide first-hand experience from professionals in the field about placing integrity at the core of the organisational culture, about traps and lessons learned the hard way, about tools and mechanisms that ease organisational change processes. This experience is, as everyone would expect, profile-based, meaning it draws on the organisational profile, but, at the same time, it can and should be adapted and applied to other industries or activity sectors.

 

Session Chair: Cristian Ducu (CARMAE)

Forum Agenda | February 11, 2016

08.30.–09.00.   Registration & Welcome Coffee
10.30.–10.45.   Coffee Break
12.15.–13.30.   Networking Lunch
13.30.–15.00.   SESSION 3 “Challenging the Organizational Culture”
15.00.–15.15.   Coffee Break
16.45.–17.15.   CONCLUDING REMARKS

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