The executive chairman of global technology services company Wipro wants to promote cultural change at the 77-year-old organization by institutionalizing five habits in the workplace.

Cultural change is a prominent agenda item for most CEOs. It is also one of the most challenging aspects of an organizational transformation to execute—and sustain. In 2020, the Indian software giant Wipro took on the task of reshaping the culture of the company, which has more than 220,000 employees across six continents. The Bangalore-based organization, which started as a vegetable oil–manufacturing firm, is now India’s third-largest IT services provider by market capitalization.