Changing Culture for Digital Transformation
In banking, one of the biggest roadblocks to successful digital transformation is culture. The best strategies and newest technologies will fail if they conflict with how individuals or groups already believe or behave. Culture change requires intense effort and is often the most challenging part of digital transformation; but successful companies are meeting the challenge by enhancing cultural characteristics that support success in digital space.
This session will share a framework for creating and cultivating a culture that both understands and advances digital transformation.
Who Should Attend: C-suite, HR, generally smaller institutions that are behind on digital transformation
- 5 ways to assess and evaluate your current culture
- Steps to remove cultural aspects that inhibit digital transformation
- 4 digital culture characteristics, and practical ways to build and sustain them
- The role of effective internal communication in creating one unified culture
Jim Perry is Senior Strategist at Market Insights, a consulting firm specializing in the development of strategies that help community banks position themselves for profitable growth. Jim has consulted with clients throughout the United States since 2005. The majority of his work is concentrated on marketing, branding, culture, leadership development and strategic planning. He has shared his insights at state, regional, national and international conferences. Thousands of community banks and credit unions follow his daily Twitter feed for industry trends and the latest news on mergers, fintech, marketing and much more. As a consultant, trainer and public speaker, Jim is known for making complex concepts easy to understand and simple to apply.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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