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Organisational culture in action: a cultural analysis workbook

By: Driskill, Gerald W.
Contributor(s): Brenton, Angela Laird.
Publisher: Thousand Oaks Sage publications 2005Description: xi, 228 p.ISBN: 9781412905602.Subject(s): Organisational behaviourDDC classification: 302.35 Summary: "What is Organisational culture? And how might knowledge of culture improve our Organisational performances? Authors Gerald W. Driskill and Angela Laird Brenton have created a stimulating workbook to guide students through data collection, analysis, interpretation, and application of Organisational culture data using a practical five-step process. Organisational Culture in Action: A Cultural Analysis Workbook begins by explaining theories on which Organisational culture is based. It then provides ""how to"" guides for gathering information to help improve Organisational performance. "Connections" sections present the practical value of theory and concepts discussed throughout. Based on more than 20 years of experience in using this approach."
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"What is Organisational culture? And how might knowledge of culture improve our Organisational performances? Authors Gerald W. Driskill and Angela Laird Brenton have created a stimulating workbook to guide students through data collection, analysis, interpretation, and application of Organisational culture data using a practical five-step process. Organisational Culture in Action: A Cultural Analysis Workbook begins by explaining theories on which Organisational culture is based. It then provides ""how to"" guides for gathering information to help improve Organisational performance. "Connections" sections present the practical value of theory and concepts discussed throughout. Based on more than 20 years of experience in using this approach."

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