Culture Audits: Supporting Organizational Success

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American Society for Training and Development, 2004 - Business & Economics - 16 pages
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Organizational culture may seem like a touchy-feely kind of subject, especially when you bring it up to the executive team. But don't believe it. Culture does matter. It matters because organizational culture shapes employee behaviors, and employee behaviors drive organizational success. Sometimes an organization's culture can stand in the way of its success, which is why culture audits can be important tools for diagnosing and identifying deep-seated and persistent performance problems.

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Cynthia Solomon received a doctorate in education from Harvard and has worked with Seymour Papert's group at MIT and with the Atari Research Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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