Culture transformation can't be done overnight. Reason? It took your organization forever to build it.
Our organizational culture dictates how people behave, how the interact and treat each, how they run things. To make the matter even more interesting (and challenging, culture isn't written. It's an experience. It's intangible.
That's why it's difficult to measure. Without measurement, we often see it as important.
But based on what we know now, culture is everything. For example, an organization with a competitive culture may find themselves competing internally, not just internally. This can result to power tripping, crab mentality, or backstabbing.
Whatever happens in your organization, it's not simply situational. The thing is when we see a problem, we tend to solve it as if it's standalone. So, we try to solve it as if it's not part of the whole. I call it bandaid solution. It's a temporary fix.
But when we look at our challenges as cultural, then we are in a better position to address the culture instead of the situation. Thus, most organizational problems are not situation in real nature. It's cultural.
That being cultural, solving it isn't an overnight magic.