Understanding Organizational Culture and its Role in Organizational Change and Partnering
Describes the Competing Values model of organizational culture and how it was applied in an organizational change process that included 'Partnering' between two private and public sector organizations.
||Organizational Culture, Competing Values, Organizational Change, Partnering, Collaborative Decision Making
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 8, pp.125-134.
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In addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational behavior, business ethics, and leadership, current work and interests include research and consultation on organizational culture and change; "Partnering" as a medium for public and private sector joint ventures; leadership and business ethics; Appreciative Inquiry as an organizational change initiative; and personal values and generational conflict in the workplace.
Wade H. Shaw is a Professor of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering in the College of Engineering at the Florida Institute of Technology and a member of the Operations Research faculty. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers cited for his work in engineering management and education. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Engineering Management Review, and previously, Associate Editor for the Transactions on Mobile Computing. He is currently a member of the Executive Committee and VP of Publications of the IEEE Systems Council with the new “ISJ - Systems Journal” scheduled to appear in early 2007 as well as a conference in Systems Engineering in 2007.
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