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Changing an Organizational Culture

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Suppose you want to change an organization's culture. What sort of resistance would you expect from employees? How would you deal with this resistance? Discuss any experiences you have with organizational cultural change.

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This solution discusses organizational culture and resistance to change. Actual scenarios with suggested steps are also provided.

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Resistance to change is a common reaction from employees. Employees become used to the processes and procedures the way that they currently are, and the structure and organization of a company the way that it is. When we change the organization's culture, it is generally an improvement in culture. We would not change culture to decrease the effectiveness of any aspect of the company's culture. This often means that the tone-at-the-top becomes stronger and more defined, different rules are set into place, and various procedures are enacted ...

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