Walking The Talk

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Random House, Jun 30, 2011 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
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In Walking the Talk, Carolyn Taylor provides a ground-breaking guide to all aspects of the crucial discipline of building an effective culture, showing readers how to lead, define, plan, analyse and capitalise on culture to transform themselves and their organisations. Divided into two halves, the first part of the book shows how a company culture is created and sustained (and the implications for company growth); the second half provides a practical step-by-step guide, covering everything you need to know about planning and implementing a culture programme in your business.
 

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Contents

Demystifying Culture
5
Holding Up the Mirror
44
Culture research k how to design qualitative and quantitative research
58
The valuesdrivcn organisation dmcriptions offive cultures and their
97
A Framework For Change
123
Mindsets and behaviours and their impact on performance e feelings
145
How to Change the Behaviour of Others
172
Role of leadership how to design interventions that will result in beha
214
1 The Process of Management
270
Managing Distinct Cultures Within
303
How to change the culture ofa division or team within an organisation
322
Managing culture during mergers acquisitions joint ventures
345
One Organisations journey
358
Putting it all into practice 7year culture journey of Lion Nathan
385
Further Reading
391
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Organisational systems and processes that impact culture and how
243

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Carolyn Taylor is CEO of Corporate Vision, an Australian consulting firm specialising in culture and behaviour change. Corporate Vision will promote the book extensively through its database, marketing events and client network both in Australia and overseas. www.corporatevision.com.au

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