Cultural Change That Sticks

Posted by Humane Design on August 4th, 2022

The term cultural transformation has several definitions. The USDA describes it as "the process of creating a workplace where all employees and customers are treated with dignity and respect and are given the opportunity to succeed." A fairly simple statement that includes several new initiatives.

The USDA's statement of purpose states that "the USDA is an every day, every kind of organization that touches the lives of every American as it works to uphold the fundamental principles upon which America was built." The statement also said: "We will transform into a responsive, collaborative, transparent, highly skilled and empowered workforce that will resolutely meet the challenges of the future."

Okay. What does this mean and how does it apply to me and how do you measure success? Good questions! Hope we have answered these questions by the end of this article. Now let's see if we can summarize this in a brief overview of the key points of cultural change from a USDA/NRCS perspective.

Employee relation issues are often complex and multifaceted. There are many factors that influence how employees relate to each other and their managers. These factors include personality traits, cultural differences, organizational structure, and management style. In addition, complex employee relations issues may arise due to changes in the workplace environment. Changes in technology, business strategy, and market conditions can have a significant effect on the way people work together.

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