Organizational culture evolves continuously from interactions with employees, customers, suppliers, and the wider community. It is the DNA of the organization, the way things are done, and it influences every action and interaction. While some of these influences act as a force for good, others can result in the development of practices which act negatively on the image, ethos, and profitability of the organization. The need for culture change may become apparent from certain trigger signals but it also may be required following a merger or acquisition or a change of leadership.


Why Is It Important?


Why does one company succeed while another fails? What made one business survive the recession while others went under? Dress it up in any way you like but the answer boils down to organizational culture.

Innovative, E4 Mathlosophy Cultures engage people who seek answers and strive to create strong outcomes. 75% of CEO's say that fast changing market conditions are forcing them to reinvent themselves quicker.  


The Benefits


When beliefs and behaviors are aligned with strategy and vision, great things can happen. Strong company cultures = successful businesses. The converse is also true, disengaged, backstabbing, leads to chaos and failure.

95% of executives link their companies long term success to their ability to innovate. Every organization has culture. Is this culture a benefit or not?



You may already believe that the business culture needs an overhaul but until you understand the depths of the problem, you won't be able to design a solution. Conducting a cultural assessment enables businesses to fully evaluate every part of the organizational culture, including identifying enablers and inhibitors to company performance. Our initial Evaluation package will give your company a starting point.

Change, We Must!

Organizational culture change shakes up the existing culture and aligns fresh beliefs and behaviors with the vision, values, and purpose of the organization. We help organizations to firstly understand their culture and then to map the way towards the creation of a strong culture which will enable the organization to thrive and become more profitable.