How To Implement Culture Change In A 70-Year-Old Company—Without An Employee Rebellion

Frederico Panetta

Frederico Panetta

New leadership can mean all kinds of changes at an organization, but the hardest one by far to create and sustain is culture change. 

This is especially true if the organization has been around for decades. Longtime employees are comfortable with the way things are, from the way they’re expected to engage with supervisors to how staff celebrations are managed. 

The management staff is often set in its ways and unwilling to change them. After all, if things have been working for however many years, why change them? 

Of course, change is necessary

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