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ITDMs can directly and positively affect culture with the tools and tech they choose as well as the processes they implement. It’s important to stretch those change-maker muscles when you feel like it would benefit your team. A small change can go a long way. Even the smallest “culture hack” can incite lasting positive change. According to Gartner, “A culture hack is a small change that exploits a single area where your culture is vulnerable to change. Hacks are small, emotional, immediate changes that have big impacts.”
Hacking your company’s culture can be a great way to get teams collaborating more creatively. Download Gartner’s full report The Art of Culture Hacking to learn more about how company culture relates to workflow and see a list of culture hacks you can try with your team.
Source: Gartner The Art of Culture Hacking, Mary Mesaglio, 29 January, 2018
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