Just culture is dead.
It began as a beautiful idea but it is almost unrecognizable now. It has become something dirty and impure, a tool for power hungry people to label others and think they are doing something productive.
Just culture has become another bureaucratic policy, another mandatory training that people have to sit through while staring at bad PowerPoints and watching the clock.
If your organization thinks that embracing just culture is using an algorithm to decide if someone can be blamed for something or not, then it has already failed. Continue reading “Just culture is dead.”