Strengthening Organisational Values - A Resource for Leaders, HR and OD Practitioners
In any organisation, leaders set the direction and make critical decisions. That is why leaders are ultimately responsible for organisational values. They need to live out these values and also bring staff along with them in living out the values. Whether you are a leader or staff looking to strengthen your organisational values, this guide outlines some basic building blocks to do so.
In this unique international report, KPMG International shares the deep experience of over twenty healthcare leaders who have successfully launched and sustained continuous improvement within their organizations.
Refer to the case study on Tan Tock Seng Hospital on page 37 of the Global Report, downloadable on this page.
Creating alignment is a two-part process. The first is identifying and correcting misalignments. The second is creating new alignments, or what I call “mechanisms with teeth.” In this article, Jim Collins discussed the process that applies primarily to core values, but also applied to creating alignment with purpose and goals.