The purpose of this paper is to share the learning gained from the experiences of The Glenmorangie Company in driving a step change in quality awareness within the business.
The approach is taken in terms of raising standards in the organisation through a competency training and development programme, using a top‐down approach to deliver against stretching business targets.
The approach used at The Glenmorangie Company echoes the findings documented in the CIPD research paper “Managing change: the role of the psychological contract”.
When considering embarking on any programme requiring a step change in business performance where a change in culture is vital, this approach will enable you to optimise its success, gain employee support to ensure sustainability and improve both employee and business performance.
This case study will be of value to all those involved in improving business performance, providing a clear, structured approach to the process of building effective learning interventions based on a clear understanding of the need to change.
Mathieson, M. and Blair, J. (2008), "Achieving luxury status through delivering a culture of uncompromising quality", Industrial and Commercial Training, Vol. 40 No. 3, pp. 146-151. https://doi.org/10.1108/00197850810868649Download as .RIS
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