It told us that there was a 17% gap between low and high performing businesses in terms of strategic alignment and company performance. That there was a similar 17% gap in management culture results between low and high performing businesses, which suggests that if businesses want to improve their strategic alignment and performance, they need to lift their management culture. Workplace culture results trended consistently above management culture results. Some teams work well, despite their managers, but great team results only exist when there are great managers. By lifting manager and employee culture results will improve, improving labour productivity and the return in the business, while reducing wastage and turnover. Employers in high performing businesses are 29% more satisfied with the strategic alignment and performance of their business, showing that there is a positive exponential return for businesses if they can get the management culture right. Business owners need to lead by example in changing and improving the management culture of the business, as it is core to the sustainability and profitability of their business.
Are you a business owner who wants your business to stay or become a high performing business? Or part of a management team looking for ways to make your business more effective and successful? Or a professional who wants to genuinely understand the Australasian management culture drivers to lift business performance? If so, this White Paper on Management Culture is for you.