Simon Peel, Formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems Discusses How to Create High Growth Cultures in the Workplace

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Simon Peel, Formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems Discusses How to Create High Growth Cultures in the Workplace

Simon Peel, Formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems Discusses How to Create High Growth Cultures in the Workplace

 

Simon Peel Formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems, recently discussed how to create high growth cultures in the workplace.

 

A committed growth culture is an essential part of increasing company revenue. A company’s culture can significantly impact the way that the company functions, and Simon Peel, formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems, recently released his top tips on developing a high growth culture within your business or organization.

 

“Increasing company growth greatly relies on clearly defined strategies and a culture that’s dedicated toward achieving growth goals,” Simon Peel said. “The first step in creating a high-growth culture is determining the company’s purpose and making sure everyone is on board.”

 

Simon Peel, formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems, explained that you’d then need to define the behaviors and values you expect from everyone on your team. Simon Peel of San Francisco added that it’s essential to have your company’s top leadership members determine the company’s values, then make them visible to everyone daily.

 

“A high-growth culture relies heavily on measurement and defined strategies,” Simon Peel said. “Each person’s performance needs to fit those strategies on a daily basis.”

 

Simon Peel, formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems, stated that you could mold your current employees into a growth-oriented team. However, he also described the importance of looking for these qualities in new hires as well. Once you’ve created a high-growth culture, it’s essential to hire employees who already fit into the company culture and adapt the strategy.

 

Simon Peel explained that an evaluation system is critical to ensuring that the culture is being achieved and that strategies are functioning properly. Supervisors should set visible expectations with each individual and develop a plan for measuring whether the strategy is being implemented. Simon Peel, formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems, suggested that supervisors consistently assess individuals’ current performance. This can be done using a scale of 0-10 to measure how well the employee performs in line with the company culture.

 

“As important as measuring and critiquing performance is, praising employees for achievements is even more essential,” Simon Peel said. “Identify progress and celebrate those who make achievements. This always pushes the employee to succeed further and motivates others to do the same.”

 

Simon Peel, formerly of Jitterbit, IBM and Cast Iron Systems, finished by explaining that creating a high-growth company culture will require time and effort. It’s something that employees need to implement and understand throughout the entire company, executives included. The profits and overall improvements are seen from developing this culture are well worth the time required to make the changes. 

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