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Multiple Interpretations and Opportunities

While discussing this question with an experienced colleague during a brief cultureQs demonstration a few days ago, we yet again discovered the multiple interpretations that could apply to so many questions and thereby also the opportunities they present to any team. We found ourselves talking about “your culture”: whether it refers to the norms in Read More


Most Projects Fail … But they needn’t

Most projects fail. Most management teams experience people-related conflict. This is a business problem. It’s not just expensive. It’s a totally unnecessary waste of money, as well as being a drain on people’s psychological resources – which can be more expensive and disturbing still. Projects fail due to people problems. People problems are business problems. Read More

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Seven Core Layers of Culture

Seven Core Layers of Culture Influencers of our Interactions in an Organisational Context   Few concepts in the organisational world are as misunderstood as “culture”. All too frequently, it is relegated to the sphere of so-called “soft skills” … those things that ‘don’t really matter in business’. Still today, in the second decade of the Read More