Organizations that have successfully renovated their cultures didn’t do so by burning everything down and starting from scratch—they took very deliberate and calculated steps to retain certain values and aspects of their past upon which to build to new heights.
In fact, i4cp’s Culture Renovation study found that 57% of organizations that successfully transformed their cultures were very intentional in ensuring that the best of the company’s existing norms were preserved and fundamental values and history were woven into the new culture.
But in the face of sweeping changes and a desire to make radical improvements, determining what to keep and what to let go isn’t as easy as it sounds.
We invite you to join Jacqui Robertson, Global Head of Talent, Diversity, and Inclusion at global investment banking firm (and i4cp member company) William Blair and Lorrie Lykins, Vice President of Research and Managing Editor at i4cp, for a dynamic conversation about this very topic. Jacqui will share lessons learned from the culture renovation work she has done over the course of her career, to include focusing on the critical early-age step of identifying your culture before you renovate your culture.