Monsanto was established in 1901 as a
chemical giant. Starting from 1995, Monsanto transformed from industrial
chemical company to a biotech company, then to a seeds company, and then
to data science and service provider in addition to its traditional
chemicals, seeds and genetic traits operations.
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During 1995-97, it was undergoing a
transformation to prepare itself for the twenty-first century and become
a life sciences company.
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Personalized conversations were the most
important single factor for the company's success. Instead of
traditional workshops, Monsanto used a series of formatted small group
conversations in order to address the issues at the personal level, and
thus, create the desired sense of
in each employee.
were encouraged to discuss the transformation into a life sciences
the nature of the strategic
what it requires for Monsanto
how to work together,
the personal transitions
and so forth...
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Monsanto was successful in their
change management ventures
because the company managed to create a culture that leads the
industry in innovation, speed, and courage. The focus was on
employee relationships as a path to true
that enables employees to boost
leaders succeeded by asking effective
How to get Monsanto's people
to work together
better than the competitors?
How could we create an
environment in which employees would be more authentic and
How to make employees less
defensive and territorial, and more
How could executives with
years in direct control of their operations suddenly
collaborate at a new level?
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