Tag: Culture change

Destinations with a soul (II)

Following with the first part of the article released last November, this second part explains some of its limitations and some insights on how to put it into practice, providing also reference literature.

The Tipping Point’s theory for expanding destinations 3.0 (IV)

This last article of the Tipping Point series summarizes the theory, explaining also the diffusion model to better understand the target audience in every phase of the strategy development

The Tipping Point’s theory for expanding destinations 3.0 (III)

One of the most interesting key factors to generate social epidemics is the power of context. This article explains how our environment may condition our behavior and decision making.

The Tipping Point’s theory for expanding destinations 3.0 (II)

Needless to say that social epidemics is a concept close to that of virality, used for content marketing strategy. That brings us back to the storytelling techniques, which are an essential part of any strategy intending to trigger a social epidemic

The Tipping Point’s theory for expanding destinations 3.0 (I)

The Tipping Point theory explains how social epidemics happen, unfolding the key factors that make some epidemics succeed, to help as also understand a bit more about the underlying rules of human behavior

Fostering engagement and high performance

Beyond culture change to build collaborative and innovative organizations, it is also necessary to create a culture oriented to engagement and performance. This article provides a few clues on how to make this happen.

Building a culture of innovation: key strategies

Implementing culture change to foster innovation friendly mindsets and behaviors should be carried out following a series of specific strategies.

Building a culture of innovation: key attitudes

As it happens with the collaborative culture, building a culture of innovation requires specific attitudes on the leaders’ side to trigger innovation friendly behaviors on the rest of the organization.

How collaborative leaders manage to build a collaborative culture

Building a collaborative culture, as in any culture change process, requires appropriate leadership. Collaborative leaders are therefore the first and most important change driver.

Building a culture of collaboration: key success factors

One of the hallmarks of destinations 3.0 is the power of the collaborative culture. However, building such kind of culture is sometimes a daunting challenge, which needs to take into account several success factors