My best clients really do four things differently to achieve success.
1) They set a clear vision and strategy and they commit to it.
2) They understand and act on developing their people in order to develop their capacity to grow as an organization and to become more profitable.
3) They fine-tune their course corrections. They are made thoughtfully and carefully. They are not reactions and wild swings.
4) They are optimistic and they are steady in their self-esteem and their confidence as individuals and as an organization.
The key here is to accelerate profit by maximizing people’s ability to act together.
Is your organization doing that?
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Does your company have the ability to enter new markets, develop new supply-chain models, and efficiently and effectively integrate as a global organization so that information can cross boundaries successfully?
In today’s global economy, every organization should be striving to achieve these, and other, aspects of cultural profit. But what steps do you need to take to make that happen?
The way to achieve cultural profit is to learn how to recognize, understand, and respond appropriately to different behaviors and worldviews. Becoming “culturally agile” in this way will allow you to work within various cultural contexts to achieve profitability, and will ultimately lead your company to be successful in competing markets.
Establishing an organization that’s culturally agile can make all the difference when it comes to cultural profit. Everyone in the organization must buy into this concept and work to become culturally agile, but it’s especially important to work on skills development with the people who are customer facing and working with cross-border teams. The results make an enormous difference, distinguishing companies that make huge belly flops from those that are smoothly running and have much greater success.