"Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast" : Creating High Performance Businesses by Bringing out the Greatness in People
Peter Drucker coined the phrase, "Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast" because it is highly recognized that culture can make the difference in successful teams and enterprises. Yet, even today, culture can feel soft and fuzzy so leaders often have trouble getting their hands around it. Drucker also stated “the best way to predict the future is to create it” which applies equally to both Strategy and Culture. To grasp the issues and drive change, Excellent Cultures has developed a 4-step process based on hard scientific data, a clear vision on “where we want to go” and firm accountability at both Individual and Team levels.
For over 30 years, companies including Schneider National, Delphi Steering, Toyota and Microsoft have used Excellent Cultures' 4-step process to help their teams change and improve.
- Millions in Safety Improvements
- Millions in Cost Reduction
- 5-10% Increase in Productivity
Join fellow CEO Trustees and Excellent Cultures' CMC Dale Hintz for expert insight into business transformation, essential for all CEOs.
If you are a CEO and would like to see if you qualify to attend this event, register online at ceotrust.org/apply.
- 7:30 - 8:00 am - Mingling reception
- 8:00 - 9:00 am - Program and Breakfast
SPEAKER: Dale HintzBIO:
Dale Hintz – Certified Management Consultant (CMC), helps clients identify goals and map clear paths to their “next level.” The mark CMC® is awarded by the Institute of Management Consultants to independent consultants meeting global ISO/IEC requirements and upholding strict ethical standards. 2% in the profession achieve CMC® certification.
Dale has expertise in Strategic Analysis/Planning, CEO Succession, Advertising, Branding, Marketing, Change Management, Supply Chain, Leader Assessment/Development and Employee Engagement.
Dale engages all levels including C-Suite, Mid-Management, Shop Floor and Front Line Customer Facing, to focus on challenges and align visions. His “guided self-discovery” tools weave change and improvement into the fabric of the organization. His direct style resonates with leaders to building bridges to go from aggressive goals to amazing results.
Dale serves clients through projects, interim executive roles, coaching, and board leadership.
Dale’s corporate experience ranges from start-up franchises to Fortune 500 enterprises. He has proven results in Retail, B2B, and Internet with Sales and P&L responsibility. At Johnson Controls, Dale led a cross-functional team launching the AutoZone Duralast Brand. The results were $30 million in new sales and the “Chairman’s Award for Customer Satisfaction.”