Christopher Thölixillä on yli 30 vuoden kokemus kansainvälisistä johtotehtävistä, työskennellyt kulttuurisen monimuotoisuuden parissa yli 30 vuotta ja asunut 10:ssä maassa Pohjois-Amerikassa, Euroopassa ja Aasiassa. Ennen alalle tuloaan, Chri...
10 May 2022
The Signium offices in Sweden and Finland have introduced Culture Due Diligence (CDD) – a tool created to measure company culture. The purpose of CDD is to help clients create and implement a long-term plan for success and profitability.
Creating the ideal company culture is more important than ever before. Just consider the alternative.
What happens to a company when shared values disappear? When the “organizational glue” bringing people together no longer exists? Both are key questions that company leaders, HR professionals and major stakeholders need to ask themselves.
The pandemic has altered many familiar patterns and enforced physical distances, but there are plenty of situations across organizations warranting a firm grasp of the current and future culture.
“Company culture is the DNA of your business, your personnel, and your practices. A positive corporate culture increases results by an average of 30–40%, while a negative culture decreases productivity by the same 40%.”
With this is mind, Signium identified the need for a new tool, to help organizations create a basis for successful leadership. CDD measures, analyzes, and clarifies the differences between your current and optimal company culture. After all – culture may seem like a soft topic, but who says it can’t be measured?
A key to positive results and profitability
We interviewed some of our CDD clients about the benefits of the new tool. Other than Christopher Thölix, Signium partner, you can listen to Christina Evans, Chief Commercial Officer at Axopar Ltd and Gunnar Olofsson, a board professional with vast experience from a large number of companies.
“Signium’s CDD tool has aided us in integrating cultural strategies into our strategic KPIs. This to achieve our goals as a company and, not least, to achieve an optimal culture.”
Christina Evans, Chief Commercial Officer at Axopar Ltd.