Recently many people have shared the belief that there is a correlation between organisational culture and business successes. However, not everyone can carry out the development of organisational culture or processes while also impacting the development of the other side in a positive way. Concordia can make sure that organisational culture and processes are developed not only simultaneously, but also in a closely synergic way, mutually enhancing each other.
Why is that necessary? Development and progress achieved using Lean, Six Sigma or other process management tools are only sustainable if the corporate culture is also supportive of the development work itself, and vice versa. A leadership development program could yield business results on its own, but success is far more likely, and progress on any field far deeper, if you choose to implement and integrate one of the aforementioned development methods within the organisation.
It was along this philosophy Concordia’s organisational development training, intended to provide executive support for Lean deployment, was created. In similar vein, we also use culture change tools to support comprehensive lean programs, whereby even a simple production development lean workshop would be enhanced with elements of involvement and developing leadership. Taking a similar approach from the other side, we assign specific targets to the results of our processes shaping corporate culture, and strengthen them using lean tools.
By combining the two approaches we effectively help create a more productive organisation which can react better to business and organisational challenges, and can develop continuously.