10 Culture Hacks CIOs Should Know For Digital Transformation
When the CIO at DirectTV wanted to create a culture where learning from failure was celebrated, he started by sharing his own failures.Gartner predicts by 2021, CIOs will be as responsible as Chief Human Resource Officers for culture change. CIOs will be responsible for changing culture from a barrier to an accelerator.
Culture change isn’t as easy as calling a meeting and declaring it’s time for a culture change, but there are culture hacks that can be designed and carried out in less than 48 hours. By culture hacking, we don’t mean finding a weak point to break in to a system illegally. It’s about finding vulnerable points in your culture and turning them in to real change that sticks.
Gartner recommends 10 culture hacks that are highly visible and offer immediate results.
1. All meetings support new strategy