CULTURE DESIGN 301
Designed for teams who already have gone through the Purpose and Values workshops, and want to take a deeper dive on purposefully designing their culture.
(Available in a Full-Day format only)
The original name of this workshop was Culture Design 101, but since there were two prerequisites, it made more sense as a 300-level course ;) This workshop is very different than the Purpose (Why) and Values (How) workshops that precede it, in that it is primarily focused on brainstorming and problem solving. This is a "Culture Design Sprint," of sorts. While we will lay some groundwork at the front, most of the day will be focused on defining challenges to implementing your purpose & values (the Why & How) and drafting solutions. For this workshop, don't just invite the "leadership team;" bring along your culture advocates from across the org, so we can get a well-rounded perspective!
Ideal Workshop Size: 15 - 25 Participants
An Opportunity Map
To know where we're going, we need an accurate picture of where we're currently at. Before going into solution-mode, we will sit down and make an organizational map of current processes and traditions, ranging from things like hiring and firing to your marketing practices.
Cross-Functional Problem Solving
Using the map as a blueprint for problem solving throughout the day, you'll break into small, cross-functional teams that will explore each area, citing assets, potential conflicts, roadblocks, and solutions for bringing the values to life.
Accountability & Measurement
Once we have a solid list of solutions, you'll prioritize it and set some initial milestones and deadlines for implementation. After that, we'll talk about how to set up meaningful metrics to track progress.