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Organizational Success & Culture

  • 22-Sep-2023
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Zoom or In-Person


  • Free
  • Meeting sponsors receive 3 minutes to talk about their business. Includes attendance fee.
  • Meeting sponsors receive 3 minutes to talk about their business. Price includes attendance fee.

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Organizational Success & Culture

(Attend IN PERSON or on ZOOM - See below)

Presenter: Graham Hollander

Presentation Overview:

TITLE: Organizational Success & Culture

The recent Chief Human Resource Officer’s (CHRO) prioritization of workplace culture has been a positive first step in improving employee performance and retention. However, each CHRO must understand that simply putting people back into close physical proximity does not, and will not, guarantee a culture that is healthy. An organization’s culture is both amorphous and fluid, which makes changing it difficult. No direct levers exist for an executive to pull and automatically improve a culture. To further complicate the matter for executives, culture manifests where the work is done by mid-level managers and below.

Changing a culture to one that is emotionally healthy and supportive is vital to the success of any organization. Changing a culture requires three steps:

1) An honest reality diagram to show where current issues reside.

2) Reinforcement of positive actions.

3) A leadership team that is committed to change.

Each one of these steps will be presented with examples, and an examination of the return on investment for each of them.

Key Learning #1: How to accurately assess your corporate culture and determine the impact you can achieve from employees on hybrid work schedules.

Key Learning #2: How to construct a current reality tree, and how to subsequently use it to properly identify where changes are required.

Key Learning #3: How to implement cultural changes that are action oriented, and quickly yield results.


Graham Hollander
Hollander has more than 15 years of experience within difficult and complex supply chain systems. His expertise with strategy has enabled him to quickly improve cash flows, lower the cost of goods sold, and grow the customer base. His strategy focuses on avoiding potential liability for a company which provides both short-term gains and building long-term value. He also has extensive experience using this technique to improve organizational culture to identify key areas for change within any organization.

Graham’s experiences leveraging inventory strategy have benefited companies in the automotive industry, e-commerce, and life sciences. He is regarded as an authority on building cultures that leverage KPIs properly to improve the visibility of a company’s assets, so that they continually improve even after his work is completed. A native of Washington, DC, Graham is an Eagle Scout and a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. He completed his MBA at the George Washington University School of Business.

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SPECIAL NOTE: This will be a hybrid event where you can attend in-person or by Zoom.

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This event is is also available In-Person in a pleasant conference room at the Al Sigl Center. Attending in-person is highly encouraged. For details and instructions, CLICK HERE.

COST: Free for members; $25.00 for non-members.

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