Harvard Business Review on Culture and Change
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This unique collection looks at the often messy and difficult process of changing workplace culture. The articles examine why there is resistance to change on the corporate and individual level and explains the effect of passive aversion to cultural problems on company performance.
Contents"The Nut Island Effect" by Paul F. Levy
"Changing a Culture of Face Time" by Bill Munck
"The Real Reason People Don't Change" by Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey
"Radical Change, The Quiet Way" by Debra E. Meyerson
"Why Good Companies Go Bad" by Donald Sull
"Transforming a Conservative Company-One Laugh at a Time" by Katherine M. Hudson
"When Your Culture Needs a Makeover" by Carol Lavin Bernick
"Conquering a Culture of Indecision" by Ram Charan
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|Éditeur(s)||Harvard Business School Press (HBS)|
|Auteur(s)||Collectif Harvard Business School Press|
|Nb. de pages||180|
|Format||14 x 21|
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