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How To Ditch ‘Silo Culture Creep’ By Louise Raeside

‘Silo’ working can often become ingrained in the culture of a department or a whole organisation if left unaddressed, leading to disconnect, frustration and lower engagement levels with the business for many. ‘Silo’ working is unfortunately present in organisations of all types and sizes, where typically several departments, groups or individuals choose not to, or […]

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‘Silo’ working can often become ingrained in the culture of a department or a whole organisation if left unaddressed, leading to disconnect, frustration and lower engagement levels with the business for many. ‘Silo’ working is unfortunately present in organisations of all types and sizes, where typically several departments, groups or individuals choose not to, or unwittingly don’t (for various reasons we won’t discuss now) share information or knowledge with colleagues. And with events over the past ten months meaning that many companies have adopted more remote working and of course, socially distanced or ‘staggered’ working for those key workers that must be on-site, we see silo working creep back in. ‘Silo culture creep’ is not only being seen between departments, but within teams themselves too and this can start to diminish employee connections.  Louise Raeside, the Engagement Lead at DRIVE Engagement encourages you to call it out, and explains how to…

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