Culture and strategy supporting each other
We believe that culture eats strategy for breakfast but what does this mean in everyday business? How do we ensure that culture and strategy support each other?
Strategic HR refers to the operations, processes, leadership and management practices and communication through which strategy is achieved. In other words, strategic HR means building and developing organisational culture.
Examples of how we can help to build shared practices:
- Common and shared communication and management model
- Resource planning and recruitment model and processes
- Onboarding model and management
- Competence management and development
- Ensuring results and creating success through target setting and development discussion models
- Measuring employee experience – planning and implementation
- Employee and managerial communications
- Having the business driven and relevant metrics, statistics and reporting
To be able to develop or lead culture, the culture needs to be identified and defined. Our HR consultants at Greenstep have comprehensive experience from both identifying and developing organisational cultures and can thus provide valuable third-party support for the management and employees. Identifying, developing or changing a culture as an outsider is impossible but we can facilitate the process and offer new, modern ways of working, HR and leadership models and practices and management tools to enable success.
We can implement strategic HR and culture development projects for growth companies of different sizes and industries.