Every corporation or organisation have a culture, or behavioural norm, that identifies how work is done and how members treat and speak to one another. A popular description of a culture is "the way we do things here". When an organisations culture is consistent with its strategy, the implementation of strategy is eased considerably. But why is culture so important with regards to human performance? An organisational culture has six main functions, to create: identity, stability, meaning, standards, commitment and enthusiasm. Consequently, if you have a strong culture you will have employees with a strong desire to succeed. Because a company`s culture affects everything in it - including profits - culture is by many viewed as the real bottom line.
The Human Performance Management concept ensures that "the way you do things" are optimised and aligned with both strategy and human performance improvements