Organizational Culture And Leadership

Author: Edgar H. Schein
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119212049
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The book that defined the field, updated and expanded for today's organizations Organizational Culture and Leadership is the classic reference for managers and students seeking a deeper understanding of the inter-relationship of organizational culture dynamics and leadership. Author Edgar Schein is the 'father' of organizational culture, world-renowned for his expertise and research in the field; in this book, he analyzes and illustrates through cases the abstract concept of culture and shows its importance to the management of organizational change. This new fifth edition shows how culture has become a popular concept leading to a wide variety of research and implementation by various organizations and expands the focus on the role of national cultures in influencing culture dynamics, including some practical concepts for how to deal with international differences. Special emphasis is given to how the role of leadership varies with the age of the organization from founding, through mid-life to old age as the cultural issues vary at each stage. How culture change is managed at each stage and in different types of organizations is emphasized as a central concern of leader behavior.. This landmark book is considered the defining resource in the field. Drawing on a wide range of research, this fifth edition contains 25 percent new and revised material to provide the most relevant new concepts and perspectives alongside the basic culture model that has helped to define the field. Dig into assumptions and typologies to decipher organizational culture Learn how culture begins, thrives, or dies with leadership Manage cultural change effectively and appropriately Understand the leader's role in managing disparate groups The resurgence of interest in organizational culture has spurred an awakening in research, and new information is continuously coming to light. Outdated practices are being replaced by more effective methods, and the resulting shift affects organizations everywhere. Organizational Culture and Leadership is an essential resource for scholars, consultants and leaders seeking continuous improvement in the face of today's business realities.

Culture Leadership And Organizations

Author: Robert J. House
Publisher: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 1452208123
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Culture, Leadership, and Organizations reports the results of a ten-year research program, the Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness (GLOBE) research program. GLOBE is a long-term program designed to conceptualize, operationalize, test, and validate a cross-level integrated theory of the relationship between culture and societal, organizational, and leadership effectiveness. A team of 160 scholars worked together since 1994 to study societal culture, organizational culture, and attributes of effective leadership in 62 cultures. Culture, Leadership, and Organizations: The GLOBE Study of 62 Societies reports the findings of the first two phases of GLOBE. The book is primarily based on the results of the survey of over 17,000 middle managers in three industries: banking, food processing, and telecommunications, as well as archival measures of country economic prosperity and the physical and psychological well-being of the cultures studied.

Organizational Culture And Leadership

Author: Cristin Maxfield
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ISBN: 9781632408051
Size: 48.29 MB
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Organizational culture refers to a collective set of values and behaviors that are essential for developing a unique work culture in an organization. It guides the interactions between different people and groups in a professional working space. It also affects how employees identify with an organization. A good culture can develop employee motivation, efficiency, consistency, coordination and better alignment of the company with targeted visions and goals. Various factors that affect the culture of an organization include product, market, strategy, organizational vision, language, environment, etc. Organizational culture is highly dependent on leadership. A good cultural leadership can lead to problem solving through cultural innovation. This book elucidates concepts and factors that are crucial in the development of organizational culture and leadership. The chapters compiled herein provide extensive information about a number of related topics. This book, with its detailed analyses and data, will prove immensely beneficial to professionals and students involved in these areas at various levels.

Changing Organizational Culture

Author: Marc J. Schabracq
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
ISBN: 0470660422
Size: 35.61 MB
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To alter an organization’s culture, change agents must first understand its attitudes, beliefs and assumptions. Marc Schabracq’s innovative new book is based on a fresh way of thinking that deals with both the functional and structural features of cultures. Focusing on the greatest barrier to organizational change - the attitudes and assumptions of people – it offers three approaches that collectively assist the change process: changing goals through the leader; improving effectiveness through the members; and enriching assumptions through group dialogue. The scales, checklists and exercises are available online. A priceless resource for consultants and change agents, Changing Organizational Culture is also valuable reading for senior managers and business students interested in the change process.

Leadership And The Culture Of Trust

Author: Gilbert W. Fairholm
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275948337
Size: 44.21 MB
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Leadership is not something one does alone: it is an expression of collective, community action which achieves goals. The task of creating a culture conducive to interactive trust is the pre-eminent leadership task. This book identifies key strategies leaders can use to create a trust culture.

Handbook Of Organizational Culture And Climate

Author: Neal M. Ashkanasy
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9781412904827
Size: 17.72 MB
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The Handbook of Organizational Culture and Climate provides an overview of current research, theory and practice in this expanding field. Well-known editors Neal Ashkanasy, Celeste P. M. Wilderom, and Mark F. Peterson lend a truly international perspective to what is the single most comprehensive and up-to-date source on the growing field of organizational culture and climate. In addition, the Handbook opens with a foreword by Andrew Pettigrew and two provocative commentaries by Ben Schneider and Edgar Schein, and concludes with an invaluable set of combined references. The editorial team and the authors come from diverse professional and geographical backgrounds, and provide an unprecedented coverage of topics relating to both culture and climate of modern organizations.

Organizational Culture And Leadership Practices In The 75th Ranger Regiment

Author: United States Army Command and General S
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781511568838
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This study examines what effect unit culture has on leadership practices in the 75th Ranger Regiment. The study investigates how the unit culture of the 75th Ranger Regiment developed; and through a survey questionnaire administered to selected leaders in the 75th Ranger Regiment, it explores prevailing views on the effect unit culture has on leadership practices. This study reveals that, first, executive leaders are more likely than mid-level leaders to delegate actions to lower levels of the unit. Secondly, mid-level leaders are likely to identify and eliminate soldiers who cannot meet established standards. Finally, mid-level leaders are likely to risk new methods to achieve mission accomplishment. These leadership practices demonstrate characteristics of an adaptive or learning organization. First, leaders are willing to decentralize control in order to increase motivation and initiative. Second, leaders feel a sense of personal mastery that drives them to uphold shared values. Finally, leaders are not risk adverse and believe in being proactive problem solvers.

The Handbook Of Organizational Culture And Climate

Author: Neal M. Ashkanasy
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1412974828
Size: 63.45 MB
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The Second Edition provides an overview of current research, theory and practice in this expanding field. The editorial team and the authors come from diverse professional and geographical backgrounds, and provide an unprecedented coverage of topics relating to both culture and climate of modern organizations.