Oct 29, 2020
What is the state of your company's culture? Has the pandemic demonstrated its resilience and strengths? Or, has it raised awareness for a need to improve? In this episode, I speak to Hilton Barbour, a Marketing and Culture Consultant working at the intersection of strategy and culture, about what each of us can do, as leaders and as individuals, to build a company culture where people can thrive.
"Over the past 20 years I’ve been fortunate to put that mantra to task in a diverse number of settings, categories and markets. From global brands as diverse as IBM, Coca-Cola, Nokia, Enron, Hilton Worldwide and Ernst & Young to markets as unique as Canada, Japan, UK, Germany and Bulgaria, I’ve lead numerous brand, digital and business strategy engagements.
"My passion is to create winning brands by helping businesses become more adept at handling change and more effective at creating extraordinary customer experiences. I have a strong belief in the power of organizational culture to transform organizations. Culture really is the true competitive differentiator for organizations in the 21st Century While I’d never publicly disagree with Peter Drucker about Culture eating Strategy, I fundamentally believe that 'Strategy is the Engine, Culture is the Fuel.'"
Stan Slap, company culture expert: https://slapcompany.com/
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