All the best articles available on-line about Organisation Development and Corporate Culture. This enables OD, HR, Change and OE practitioners to be more effective in their attempts to improve the culture of the organisations and businesses they encounter.
What It Takes To Change a Rotten Organizational Culture Big Think (blog) In the article “Leadership Styles for the Five Stages of Radical Change” with my co-authors (Kevin Reardon and Alan Rowe), steps for making drastic changes in organizational...
Culture: From Word of the Year to a Driver of Sustainable Results - In support of this issue’s focus on sustainment, Tim Kuppler, co-founder of CultureUniversity.com and Director of Culture and Organization Development wit...
The possibility of extraordinary performance and effectiveness begins with being clear on what it is that we are dealing with. For leaders to be effective it is necessary that they be clear on the nature of this creature called an organization. Where do I, as a leader, find the organization I am leading? What are its component parts, and the dynamics among them? In other words, what makes an organization what it is? Without this insight any actions or strategies we embark on become shots in the dark. Even when they do work there is no real understanding of what made them work, and one is left hoping and wondering when it comes time to think of the future.
When considering new job opportunities or career moves, there are lots of factors that come into play. Of course people think about salary, benefits, and potential for growth. Many employees also focus on their “fit”  with an organization’s culture. But where does that culture come from? The Attraction-Selection-Attrition (ASA) Model  was developed to explain how cultures form, how they are reinforced, and why they sometimes need to be forcibly changed.
Culture and engagement is the most important issue company’s face around the world today. According to Deloitte’s third annual “Global Human Capital Trends 2015: Leading in the New World of Work” report released on the 4th of March 2015, 87% of organisations cite culture and engagement as one of the top challenges. Yet, the majority of organisations are still failing to take action to improve their culture, potentially jeopardizing future growth. The survey was conducted among more than 3,300 HR
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