Organizational Ideology as a Change Approach

Six Change Approaches
Knowledge Center


Next Topic

Six Change Approaches > Forum > Organizational Ideology as a Change Approach

Organizational Ideology as a Change Approach
Meisam ghasemnezhad, Student (University), Iran, Member
I believe another (7th) approach to change could be: 'Organizational Ideology'.
Ideological change following the situation is a competency and shows the flexibility of management.
One way to change the ideology of an organization is by implementing it in the knowledge management system.

Examples of Changing Organizations by Changing their Ideology
Jaap de Jonge, Management Consultant, Netherlands
Thanks for sharing this interesting point of view, Meisam. I'd like to find out more on how organizations might be changed through (modifying) their ideology.
Who knows of a case or example?

Change through Organizational Ideology
Omar HEMISSI, Professor, Algeria, Member
I think the best example comes from hybrid organizations, including those arising from partnerships between public and private undertakings. Notable changes in the organizational ideology are implemented to establish symbiotic relationships to achieve a common goal.
Je crois que le meilleur exemple provient des organisations hybrides, notamment celles qui naissent à partir de partenariats entre des entreprises publiques et des entreprises privées. Des changements notoires dans l'idéologie organisationnelle sont déployés en vue de nouer des relations symbiotiques pour atteindre un objectif commun.


Read all responses and join this discussion yourself.
Support your career and personal development with 12manage, the management platform.

    Log in

Special Interest Group Leader

Interested? Sign up for free.

Six Change Approaches
Best Practices

Six Change Approaches
Knowledge Center


Next Topic

About 12manage | Advertising | Link to us / Cite us | Privacy | Suggestions | Terms of Service
© 2019 12manage - The Executive Fast Track. V15.2 - Last updated: 18-11-2019. All names ™ of their owners.