All change?

Cook, Sarah; Macaulay, Steve
June 2010
Training Journal;Jun2010, p25
Trade Publication
The article discusses the factors that influence the culture of an organisation and how it can best be changed. It explains why culture should be sometimes changed, and looks at potential problems that change can bring. It explores the things that should be changed in an organization and what leaders and employees should expect in the process. It offers pointers for successful culture change including effective communication, and the participation of employees in the diagnosis and findings.


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