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Poll: Chief Culture Officer (CCO)

“Whenever you see a successful business, someone made a courageous decision.” Peter Drucker

Chief Culture Officer: “[This is] a role that is becoming more necessary as hiring becomes more competitive. These people are responsible for making a company a place where everyone wants to work.” – Ryan Farley, co-founder, LawnStarter

Responsibilities of a CCO include (but are not limited to):

  • Safeguarding company’s mission and aligning talent strategy with mission;
  • Definition of organizational goals and effective alignment of departments;
  • Liaison between employees and other C-level executives;
  • Tone-setter for communication;
  • Establishing an emotional connection for employees, execs, and the organization as whole;
  • Keeping employees engaged and aligned with mission.

 

1. Who should be the CCO of a company?

A. The HR Manager?

B. The CEO?

C. Another member of the management team? Which one? _______________________________

 

2. Is it advisable to recruit a CCO from outside the company?

A. Yes

B. No

Why Yes / No? ­­­­­­­_____________________________________________________________

 

3. Can you outsource the CCO function?

A. Yes

B. No

Why Yes / No? ­­­­­­­_____________________________________________________________

 

4. Do companies need a CCO at all?

A. Yes, all of them

B. Only the large companies

C. No, they don’t

D. Under circumstances ______________________________________________________

 

Please feel free to share your opinion by answering the questions in a comment or by taking the short online poll.

Thank you!

Featured photography & copyright: Flavia Dobraca

 

Bibliography:

5 Ways to Become the Chief Culture Officer, Paul Baribeau

Why Your CEO Must Also Be the Company’s Chief Culture Officer, Too, Dr.Edward Marshall

CHIEF CULTURE OFFICER: JOB DESCRIPTION, SALARY & ROI, Andrew Fayad

Spock: The Ultimate Chief Culture Officer, Meghan M. Biro

 

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