Each organisation has its own culture. While there may be similarities on both inter-organisational and an intra-organisational levels, culture (the way we do things around here) varies, sometimes in very subtle ways, both across organisations and between organisations. These cultures, of course, did not suddenly appear. They developed over time from both the influence of key people (not always managers and/or leaders); the composition of the workforce in its entirety; regulatory, supplier and customer demands; and a range of other direct and indirect factors. When an organisation seeks to modify or develop its culture in any way it is important that the way in which the existing culture emerged is fully appreciated as well as the desired culture being fully defined and understood. We work with organisations to facilitate both understanding of the past and definition of the future together with identifying key change champions. We then help you design a change management project that takes account of these factors to maximise the probability of your success.