3 Toxic IT Cultures That Push Growth Away, and How To Avoid Them

When: March 29, 2017 9:00AM PST | 12:00PM EST 

The danger of a toxic IT culture can be catastrophic in any sized organization. What’s worse is that once the toxic culture has started, it can take a long time to reform into a more conducive, productive, and progressive environment. Every healing process starts with acceptance, so the question is: How do you know if you are in a toxic environment? How can you tell if YOU are the cause?

For the last 14 years, Cask advisor, Ron Davis, has had the opportunity to sit on both sides of the table.  The first half being spent as the customer implementing changes that sometimes he didn’t even know the reasoning for, and the second half being the consultant, asking the age old question of why… or why not?

Cask’s Ron Davis will be sharing insight on what he has found over the last 14 years that might help you identify toxic cultures in your organization.

 In this webinar, we will go over the top 3 Toxic IT Cultures That Push Growth Away. They are:

  • Convergent vs. Divergent Thought in Organizations: What is it, why it matters, and what you could do about it.
  • The One-trick Pony Syndrome: When every scenario fits the one experience we have had. As a bonus, we will dig into the two types of projects with the longest runways, and who usually gets them.
  • The Squeaky Wheel and The Oil: When and how should the squeaky wheel get the oil? We will go over the three types: the busy wheel, the productive wheel, and the spinning wheel.

 Register now to gain some personal insight on how to identify these potentially toxic cultures, and explore ways to reroute the toxicity into more productive cultures using cause and effect.