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Corporate Cultures – Driving and Anchoring Cultural Change

StrategyDriven Corporate Cultures ArticleBusiness leaders often talk about changing their organization’s culture… but what does that really mean? For most leaders, changing their organization’s culture is about changing how their employees make decisions and perform work. These leaders recognize that the organization’s underlying beliefs and values systems must be altered in order to change these behaviors.


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Corporate Cultures – Common Cultural Evaluation Misperceptions

StrategyDriven Corporate Cultures ArticleIn identifying organizationally shared values and beliefs, there are several common misperceptions that result in an invalid understanding of the actual corporate culture. These misinterpretations should be guarded against as cultural understanding serves as a foundation for many of management’s decisions.


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Organizational Accountability – Evaluating Organizational Culture, part 3

StrategyDriven Organizational Accountability ArticleWhen evaluating an organization's culture, it is important to understand that variations likely exist vertically among personnel levels and horizontally across divisions, departments, and workgroups. Consequently, it's important to establish the degree of alignment between the various organizational levels and business units to the cultural characteristics being evaluated in order to fully understand the cultural adaptation and adherence within the organization.


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Organizational Accountability – Evaluating Organizational Culture, part 2

StrategyDriven Organizational Accountability ArticleAn organization’s culture - its commonly shared values and beliefs - is both highly complex and interrelated. As such, no one cultural artifact should be used in isolation to describe an organization’s culture and each artifact contributes differently to the painting of the overall culture picture.


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Corporate Cultures – Identifying Your Organization’s Real Values

StrategyDriven Corporate Cultures ArticleWhile many organizations publish value statements, they tend to be rather general and lofty, indistinguishable for those of most other organizations. Other organizations have no values statement at all. Either circumstance makes it difficult for cultural analysts to divine where on the each value’s spectrum the organization resides and to ascertain the alignment between individual organizational groups to the values because of this lack of definition specificity.


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