Podcast – Corporate Culture: How to Attain Sustainable Change

We examine how companies can effectively measure, monitor, and improve corporate culture in the face of increasing regulatory and stakeholder scrutiny.

December 02, 2020

Episode 8 – Corporate Culture: How to Attain Sustainable Change

Culture has become a point of focus for regulators and corporate stakeholders. The UK Financial Conduct Authority has taken a particular interest in culture and conduct within the financial services sector following the financial crisis. Companies increasingly recognise a need to measure and monitor their culture, yet struggle to do so given its amorphous nature.

In this episode of Connected With Latham, London partner Rob Moulton speaks with the authors of “Culture — A Practical Framework for Sustainable Change”, London partner David Berman and associate Nell Perks, as well as Nathan Seltzer, Global Vice Chair of the firm’s White Collar Defense & Investigations Practice. The team examines how organisations are getting a handle on measuring culture, monitoring for progress, and uncovering problem areas requiring action. They also discuss various culture issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic and what companies can anticipate as their workforces shift to a hybrid model of working remotely and in the office.

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In light of the increased focus on corporate culture, Latham & Watkins has published the second edition of Culture — A Practical Framework for Sustainable Change, an easy to use toolkit and self-assessment guide that enables organisations to monitor, evaluate, and shape their workplace culture.

Learn more about Culture — A Practical Framework for Sustainable Change.

 
 
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