Three case studies: Using peer learning to build, change and sustain culture remotely
Of the core, founding issues that typically form the HR function, culture is arguably the most significant. In fact, rather than being strictly a HR issue, culture is now considered to be something that constitutes the fabric and the identity of an organization. However, with businesses now facing so many unknowns, this is an aspect of the business world that has been turned upside down and been severely compromised. As a result leaders are now faced with the task of not only fixing culture, but changing it in accordance with the new world of work we find ourselves in.
To demonstrate how this can be done, Laura Keith and Amy Vickers outlined some key insights and experiences from three of Hive Learning’s partners, who have instigated substantial and lasting change through peer learning.