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The Cost of Poor Culture

 

Every organization has a culture. While a planned and managed approach can bring competitive advantage, and unplanned culture will increase business risks, decrease innovation and creativity and hamper the potential for great performance.

 

The Cost of Poor Culture explains how three areas of financial waste are often hidden from management.

- Financial surprises 

- Hidden excess operational costs

                                                - Loss of opportunity

The costs of poor culture can far surpass and opportunities from other cost reduction programs or approaches.

When CEO's, Boards and other managers realized the impact of poor quality, using similar approaches, organizations became focused on process improvement ad performance. Toda the opportunity is to re-engage human talent.