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Research continues to show that the strength and adaptability of your culture is a competitive advantage. Evolving your culture in which your people are always well prepared for change – large and small – positions you ahead of the curve when that change is suddenly thrust upon you.

Whether your goal is to be a “Best Place To Work” or to increase your speed of innovation, Kotter works with you to build an adaptive, flexible, and agile culture that delivers business results every single day, even during the worst of times.


Culture Change Focus Areas

  • Strategic Agility
  • Employee Engagement
  • Speed of Innovation
  • Customer Centricity
  • Patient Centricity
  • Quality Focus
  • Safety Focus
  • Manufacturing Excellence
  • Culture Benchmarking

Client Successes

Energy Provider

Creating Customer Centricity
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Global Vaccine Producer

Achieving A Culture-Led Quality Focus
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The Missing Ingredient in Kraft Heinz’s Restructuring

Traditional methods of restructuring are proving to be increasingly risky. Why? Because any effort that slows down a company’s ability to innovate can lead to disastrous results.

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Business Roundtable

The Corporate Identity Crisis

Research has clearly demonstrated the performance advantage companies gain from having a culture that values multiple stakeholders, so why do so many companies only focus on shareholder value?

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Team Dynamics

How To Change Team Habits, One At A Time

The COVID-19 pandemic created a dichotomy in many organizations. Some employees are working overtime and others can't do their jobs remotely. How can leaders engage these underutilized employees?

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Making 1+1=3: Hierarchies and Networks

Based on John Kotter’s research from Accelerate, Making 1+1=3: Hierarchies and Networks shares the secret to how organizations can be structured to tackle any change.

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Remote Work

How To Lead Virtually In A Time Of Pandemic

The COVID-19 Pandemic completely changed how people work and what they need from their organizations and leaders.

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Leading The 'Most Anxious Generation'

Anxiety at work is on the rise across generations but especially amongst the youngest generation in the workforce today. How can leaders address this phenomena? It starts with understand how our brains work.

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