We approach each project from an ethnographic standpoint. We examine the culture to understand how the organization functions. Once we have this basis we advise clients on how to implement change that either modifies the culture or aligns with it but never runs counter to it.
With communication velocity amplified more and more each day an organization has to be good at change. Your environment changes, your employees change, your competition changes - change or risk becoming irrelevant.
C2C exists to help your company thrive in an ever changing world. Our mission is to help you evolve rapidly to meet market or competitive demands. Don't become irrelevant.
News & Publications
Forthcoming Invited Publication. Fancher, L., Carliner, S., & Hansen, C. (2014). The cultural context of HRD in North America. In Garavan, T., McCarthy A., & Morley, M. (Eds.) Global Human Resource Development. London: Routledge
Working Paper. Fancher, L., Carliner, S., & Hansen, C. (2014) The Cultural Context of HRD within North America: Are the US and Canada Alike? (Accepted UFHRD Conference Proceedings; Edinburgh, Scotland; June 2014)
Fancher, L. (2011). Shared services and a new corporate change model. (White paper). Unpublished work for Fortune 100 company to be used for internal purposes).
Fancher, L. (2009). The link between culture and succession planning. In Hansen, C. D., & Lee, Y. (Eds.) The cultural context of Human Resource Development. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Fancher, L. (2009) Case study HR shared services metrics. (White paper) Unpublished work for Fortune 100 company to be used for internal purposes). Atlanta, Georgia
Fancher, L. (2008) Building the case for a strategic HR. (White paper) Unpublished work for Fortune 100 company to be used for internal purposes. Atlanta, Georgia
Fancher, L. (2007). The influence of organizational culture on the implementation of succession planning. (Doctoral Dissertation). Available from Proquest Database.
Hansen, C., & Fancher, L. (2002). Cultural research in Human Resource Development. In Marquardt, M. (Ed.) UNESCO Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. pp. 184-198. Paris: UNESCO.