Culture Matters:

The Four ‘Must-Have’ Values to Supercharge Your Business
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Culture Matters:

The Four ‘Must-Have’ Values to Supercharge Your Business

About the book

In Culture Matters: The Four ‘Must-have’ Values to Supercharge Your Business, Alan O’Neill makes an overwhelming case for organisational culture and health eclipsing all other matters. After all, a carefully designed culture presents any organisation with the foundation for differentiation and success.

Drawing on his extensive experience consulting with global companies, Alan cleverly weaves the learning into an easy-to-absorb modern business fable. Set on the beautiful River Shannon in Ireland, prepare to be mesmerised with relevant real-life examples that will inspire you to refresh your culture.

This book shows how to achieve sustainable growth. Its far-reaching impact extends to all types of organisations, business schools, and career-minded individuals.

Price

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€20 per copy, plus €5 post and packaging for anywhere in the world
Bulk Buy Option 1
Buy 100+ copies and get a 30mins webinar/Q&A with Alan
Bulk Buy Option 2
Buy 300+ copies and get a 2hr Online Masterclass with Alan

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Testimonial

"Competing businesses often have the same levers available to attract customers and unlock growth. But time and again, it's the company that truly harnesses the power of its people to create empowered, motivated and purposeful teams that win out. Their super glue is an authentic culture. This parable of modern business culture unfolds on a cruise on the ancient River Shannon in Ireland. Just as folklore and heritage informs a nation's culture, this book illustrates through great storytelling, how an organisation's culture will shape its business for years to come. We know we cannot change the past. But we can certainly influence our future, and this book shows us how."
Paul Keeley, Director Regional Development at Failte Ireland
“Every single day brings new challenges for the world of retail. As an industry, we are at the forefront of changes in customer behaviours. We have seen probably more disruption than most other sectors. A carefully defined culture is the constant that enables organisations to get ahead of change, even in a crisis.”
Paul Kelly, Lifelong Retailer
“As the internal lead for a culture refresh programme in our multinational group, we engaged Alan O’Neill for external support. His empathy for the business and our people was refreshing. His clarity of thought and practical approach made the journey a lot easier. What I particularly like about Alan’s approach is how he links culture to real commercial results. I can relate to so many of the anecdotes outlined in this book.”
Martin Tobin, CEO European Recycling Platform, Ireland
“Having made a number of acquisitions in recent years, we prioritized culture as the golden thread to bring all businesses together. Alan O’Neill navigated us in embracing and tailoring the guiding principles outlined in this book. They have made a big impact on our customers and our own teams.”
Jan Patrick Schulz, CEO Landbell Group
“In the 21st century, Culture has changed its spelling. Kulcha is the escape from Culture. It’s local. It’s informal. It’s grassroots digital. And it’s gender‐less. I have known Alan for 20 years and worked side by side with him on a number of projects. His passion for people and culture flows through these pages. I have seen first‐hand how he influences the leaders of iconic brands to put customer and people first. He gets it!”
Paco Underhill, Author, Speaker, Observer, Traveller
“As one of the oldest companies in Dubai, heritage and culture is very important to us. The four values outlined by Alan here in this book resonate with us too. We put customers at the heart of all we do and we pride ourselves on our great people. As a leader in a fast‐moving industry, we must continue to be agile in order to sustain our success.”​
Tarek El Sakka, CEO Dubai Refreshments​​
“As a large public sector organisation, we pride ourselves in placing customer at the heart of everything we do. Creating the right working environment is important to us and we were delighted to have had Alan O’Neill support and challenge us in our journey. The definition I particularly like is ‘culture is what happens when leaders are not around.’ At DVLA we place great importance in our leaders recognising, involving, developing and supporting their teams. We feel that these four ingredients are vital in creating a trusting environment where our people feel valued."
Jonathan Matthews, Head of OCSD Central Support, DVLA

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