Benefits of a Proactive Culture

Proactivity versus reactivity is an ongoing battle in the workplace. The differences between the two cultures lie in the unique processes and approaches to work. 

A reactive culture is based on making changes in the company when it is considered absolutely necessary, often resulting in jumping on the bandwagon too late. This disadvantages businesses as they are unprepared for future situations, requiring modern approaches to corporate processes. Reactive organizations often implement changes depending on the presence of extenuating circumstances. This means that they may wait until detrimental situations occur to make changes, for instance, waiting for an economic crisis before constructing a more effective budget. The impact of reactive company cultures puts organizations at risk as they typically ignore danger signs and produce more stressful workplaces.

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