Keep your corporate culture alive!

A positive corporate culture is the most important asset of any company and crucial to make Change successful. Culture has also a significant impact on many HR KPIs - and, in turn, a significant financial influence - for the good and the bad.

However, corporate culture is a fragile thing - internal or external issues, group dynamics, leadership problems and many other factors may affect the belief of people in the culture. Hence, corporate culture must be managed and developed every day.

Why is it important?

Culture has a direct influence on employee engagement, staff turnover, absenteeism, and recruitment performance. Culture is also an important part of the employer brand. Finally, change is only possible if culture is managed and enhanced. To sum it up: culture is one of the most powerful levers to make your company successful. And it's an asset that deserves to be taken care of.

What is our value add?

AGILIS has long experience with the topic of Corporate Culture. Over time, we have developed our own Culture Management & Change Framework. A culture management engagement starts with an assessment of the maturity and the homogeneity of the culture throughout the organisation. Depending on the situation, the appropriate approach is tailored and may contain a culture ambassador programme, specific leadership and staff workshops, adaptations of processes or procedures, brush-up of internal communication, culture branding, and many other elements. Each intervention ends with a transition phase enabling our customer to maintain and further develop their corporate culture without external support.

What is the impact for you?

Companies that recognize Culture as a key asset and manage the topic proactively benefit from numerous positive returns. On a qualitative side, we can name higher employee engagement, higher customer satisfaction, higher quality, and a more attractive employer brand. From a quantitative perspective, a positive and aligned culture has also a positive impact on important KPIs - here is a real-world example: one of our customers managed to bring down customer churn by 45%, which was mainly due to a radical culture change in customer service. This illustrates well that Culture Management is not just an ethical duty but has also its own business case. Finally, corporate culture has a direct impact on the ability of a company to successfully implement change.

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