Can you build a collaborative culture within a hierarchical stucture?

A fundamental shift was needed in the way that Liberty approached innovative and collaborative thinking. This requires a significant commitment to educating and upskilling a critical mass of our leaders and employees across Liberty to embed new ways of working. They had already embarked on this journey and therefore we needed to track the progress that they were making towards achieving their ambition.

Aim of study:

Establish a benchmark around collaboration for further measuring to establish movement in the perception of collaboration in key areas: understanding, environment, communication, processes and structure, resources and purpose.

The study was conducted in one business unit with 880 employees, the survey resulted in 228 respondents and a robust benchmark for future testing. The survey also yielded some interesting results that have further informed the business unit on areas of key focus.

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