In light of the change in workplace structures, we could all use some new perspectives on organisational culture. In this pathway, join Roger Noon as he covers three key questions: 1. What is culture and how do we influence it? 2. What should we be trying to measure and why is measurement so difficult? 3. What does a practical, culture change capability look like?
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8 video modules • 1 hour 26 minutes
The intention of this series of 4 videos on “Culture Change in Practice” by Roger Noon is to present some different perspectives of organisational culture. The series is aimed at anybody involved in culture change – but in particular senior leaders – those who want to lead healthy cultures and those who are accountable for doing so.
Roger Noon • 12:30
In the second video of his series on "Culture Change in Practice", Roger has touched on some of the areas of behavioural science that are finding uses and applications in helping our understanding of organisational culture and how to influence it.
Roger Noon • 09:10
In the world of complex systems, simplistic measures can be worse than being a waste of time. In the third video of his series on “Culture Change in Practice”, Roger explains what should we be trying to measure in the context of behavioural science and why is measurement so difficult. He further highlights how measurement helps us to understand and control our environment and some of the pitfalls associated with it.
Roger Noon • 12:23
In this video, Roger explains the four basic functions of culture change which connect in a cyclical manner, they are "Understanding and learning", "Diagnostics and insights", "Test-and-learn" and "Continuous feedback".
Roger Noon • 09:52
In the first 4 videos of this series, Roger presented the "Why?" and the "What?" of a culture change capability. In this video, he talks about how we can set the right expectations and how we can diagnose cultural strengths and weaknesses.
Roger Noon • 11:01
In our last video, Roger talked about how we can set the right expectations and how we can diagnose cultural strengths and weaknesses. In this video, he will continue to discuss more tools and techniques to effectively drive improvement within your organisation.
Roger Noon • 08:21
In the last couple of videos, Roger introduced the "How?" of cultural change by looking at some of the tools and techniques that can be used to diagnose cultural strengths and weaknesses and then influence effective change. In this video, he will discuss the diagnostic part of the deep dive process, which involves data collection and data analysis.
Roger Noon • 11:54
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