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Why you should Change an Organizational Culture Slowly
Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
It is normally advisable to proceed slowly / gradually when attempting to change an existing organizational culture. Reasons for not changing organization cultures fast / abruptly are that the RESISTANCE TO SUCH CHANGE is likely to increase if: 1. The changes are more comprehensive or faster; 2. The changes intervene deeper in the private life of people; 3. The people involved are less aware of the reasons for the change; 4. The current culture is stronger. (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Why You Should Change an Organizational Culture Slowly
Graham Williams, Management Consultant, South Africa, Premium Member
  The larger the organization, the more likely will there be a variety of sub cultures - and changes need to occur (if not in tandem) then certainly congruently and in step.
When people in an organisation have embedded artifacts, processes, beliefs, ways of behaving - the shifts here may take time, people will experience loss in various forms; and there is sometimes merit, as the changes are shepherded through the organisation, in going at the speed of your slowest sheep to avoid negative disruption...

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Changing Organization Cultures
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Why you should Change an Organizational Culture Slowly
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Organization Cultures Have to Change
Culture Change and Coalitions
Engage People in Vision, Strategy and Culture Change
The Leader's Role in Culture Change
Change in 3rd World Countries Vs. Developed World
Changing Culture Through Working on TRUST
Organizational Culture and Intellectual Capital System
What is Organisational Culture?
Unoffical Leaders and Cultural Change
Organizational Development and Organizational Culture


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