"In any organization change can be perceived as being something positive or something negative. People are naturally hesitant to change to a new way of doing things based on their level of comfort. To have an organization change its culture from one way of thinking to another depends on the capabilities of the management staff. When a company wants to change its operational culture there two types of cultures that affect this change and they are "National Culture" and Organizational Culture". Swink, Melnyk, Cooper, & Hartley (2009) states it is important to recognize that people from different nations or regions differ from each other in a number of ways:
1. Different ways of looking at things.
2. Different ways of dressing.
3. Different ways of expressing personality and what constitutes goodness or success.
4. Different ways of interacting with each other.
5. Different skills.
This is very true and is always a consideration when we're addressing change. In any country, and particularly in the U.S., we have a workforce that is made up of people from various nations. This is also true in other countries where there have been high immigration rates. We have to consider that within each workforce, people from various cultures will react differently based on the given workplace circumstances. In ...
In any organization change can be perceived as being something positive or something negative. People are naturally hesitant to change to a new way of doing things based on their level of comfort