Organization and corporate culture

Your processes are modelled, the motivated teams live a high degree of self-organisation, and yet there is a grating in the gears from time to time?

Perfectly normal. Tools are important – but not everything. For the company garden to flourish, it needs a shared vision, a value system that is relevant to everyone and well-coordinated axes of process and organisational structure.

Only shared responsibility coupled with the right communication channels and tools ensure that no weeds sprout in any corner, everything is well watered and no uncoordinated pruning measures are set.

This creates an overall picture that every team member is proud of – no matter what role they hold.

Immeasurable and yet immeasurably valuable

The relationship between employees and managers can hardly be expressed in figures – even if surveys tell you differently.

This makes it all the more important to have a clear idea of the management mechanisms:

  • What is being communicated?
  • In what form and how promptly?
  • How efficiently is information being passed on?
  • How do managers behave toward the teams?
  • How much responsibility do teams and individual members assume?

If you live these principles consistently, you will not only notice a positive change in the working atmosphere but will also create a valuable asset for your employer branding. Last but not least, management systems, processes and hierarchical dependencies can be established much more easily and successfully in a positive climate. Organization and culture thus make your company not only a better place to work but also a nimble and agile one.

The covalgo factor

Openness is everything.

We have an honest dialogue with you about how the company's values and goals are related. We engage with the organization as a social construct and discuss possible reactions of the people involved before proposing changes in an organization.

The covalgo toolkit

  • Stakeholder analysis
  • Alignment of processes with benefits
  • Avoidance of superfluous formalisms