Establish a strategic company culture

A company is a living system with its own core values; organizational culture includes everything that makes up that company and gives it a unique identity, even if it creates similar products and services as the competition. Ultimately, it's the expression of organizational culture that can determine the success or failure of a corporation. But creating--or changing--a corporate culture to ensure success can be difficult.

Shaping organizational culture

Establishing and modifying company culture on a strategic level can be challenging, but not impossible. With the proper form of leadership and the realization that engaged employees lead to positive change, building a high-performance company culture is a winning solution.

i4cp provides members with the tools they need to identify best and next practices to successfully lead strategic shifts in corporate culture, including: a team of workforce experts, analysts, and researchers; unbiased vendor- and consultant-free research; and insight into practices at other, similar organizations.

Corporate culture research, reports, and peer connections

i4cp members utilize the Corporate Culture Knowledge Center to keep a pulse on strategic culture trends and developments, with access to:

  • Corporate culture reports and primary research survey findings
  • Corporate culture Playbooks and executive summaries
  • Topical PowerPoint® graphics
  • Organizational culture research articles
  • A comprehensive database of third-party research
  • Online and offline Q&A with peers at other member companies

Learn how i4cp can help you strategically align your company culture. Contact us today.

Corporate Culture Articles
3M's Jon Ruppel: The Keys to Innovation

3M's Jon Ruppel: The Keys to Innovation

Having held a succession of HR leadership positions during his 19-year career at 3M, Jon Ruppel lives and breathes the company's culture, famous for...
Will Pay Transparency be the Next New Thing in the War for Talent?

Will Pay Transparency be the Next New Thing in the War for Talent?

The U.S. Labor Department announced its final ruling today on pay transparency among federal contractors and sub-contractors. The ruling is a...
New i4cp Research: Faking Diversity is Bad for Business

New i4cp Research: Faking Diversity is Bad for Business

Fake it 'til you make it doesn't work when it comes to diversity and inclusion (D&I). New research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i...
We’re All Accountable for Credibility in the Connected Age

We’re All Accountable for Credibility in the Connected Age

There's plenty of punditry going on in the midst of the NBC News/Brian Williams mess. The implications of the impact of the Williams episode (the now-s...
The Definition of Insanity: The Corporate Version

The Definition of Insanity: The Corporate Version

False: Einstein said, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results," (this quote is of unknown...