Culture

What do Organisational Culture & Gender have in common?
What do Organisational Culture & Gender have in common? 768 384 Karen Jones

Having always been strong advocates for meritocracy, reviewing the implications on business of not achieving a smart gender-balance from the middle manager to the C-Suite, got us thinking. If men and women leave college and universities as equal achievers, why are women falling well short of gaining 50% of management positions and often earning less…

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Supervisory Boards in the D-A-CH Region Controversially Discuss the Code of Conduct and Customer Orientation
Supervisory Boards in the D-A-CH Region Controversially Discuss the Code of Conduct and Customer Orientation 1024 512 Anja Fiedler

A recent study on corporate culture carried out by the global consulting company Denison, in which supervisory boards of listed and unlisted companies in Germany, Switzerland and Austria participated, shows that catching up is needed in the areas of further development, values and customer orientation. Weinfelden Supervisory boards are increasingly turning silently from mere controllers…

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Finding culture that fits
Finding culture that fits 900 600 Karl-Heinz Oehler

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Aufsichtsräte in der D-A-CH-Region diskutieren Verhaltenskodex und Kundenorientierung kontrovers
Aufsichtsräte in der D-A-CH-Region diskutieren Verhaltenskodex und Kundenorientierung kontrovers 1024 512 Anja Fiedler

Eine aktuelle Studie des globalen Beratungsunternehmens Denison Consulting zur  Unternehmenskultur, an der Aufsichtsräte börsennotierter und nicht kotierter Unternehmen in Deutschland, Schweiz und Österreich teilnahmen, zeigt Nachholbedarf in den Bereichen Weiterentwicklung, Werte und Kundenorientierung. Weinfelden Aufsichtsräte werden zunehmend von reinen Kontrolleuren zu Co-Managern im Hintergrund. Wenn Unternehmen vor wirtschaftlichen Herausforderungen stehen, tiefgreifende Veränderungen umzusetzen sind oder…

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The importance of Values & Ethical Code for Supervisory Boards
The importance of Values & Ethical Code for Supervisory Boards 1024 536 Anja Fiedler

The pilot research survey recently conducted by Denison Consulting on „The Role of Corporate Culture on Supervisory Boards“ in Switzerland revealed that Board members of swiss companies consider core values as an area that may need more attention. On the question in the survey „There is a clear and consistent set of values that governs…

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TALENT MANAGEMENT: ATTRACTION AND RETENTION
TALENT MANAGEMENT: ATTRACTION AND RETENTION 789 414 Karl-Heinz Oehler

It’s a given that attraction and retention of talent is critical to the success of every organisation. Talent Management is more than just finding and keeping talented people. It’s finding and keeping people who fit with and contribute to your particular organisation’s culture and business goals—people whose values are aligned with your company’s values so…

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THE BOARD’S ROLE IN CORPORATE CULTURE
THE BOARD’S ROLE IN CORPORATE CULTURE 1024 538 Anja Fiedler

Establishing and driving company culture is not only the responsibility of the Executive Management Team. Boards must play an active role in defining the culture, together with the Executive Management team. They must also lead by example to live up to the key pillars of the desired corporate culture. A company’s culture can be geared…

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