Helping HR Professionals Manage Culture
RBL Institute Mini Forum - September 2009
From Aesop’s community on the Isle of Samos to Napoleon’s camp at Boulogne, leaders and influencers throughout history have attempted to infuse values and norms into organizations to influence interactions and create change. Additionally, over the last 50 years, many academics, including Charles Handy and Geert Hofstede in the 80’s, and Edgar Schein and John Kotter in the 90’s, have explored the creation and impact of organizational culture. Nonetheless, despite centuries of experience and libraries of literature to draw from, successfully managing culture in a global organization continues to be a daunting task.
This content is restricted to RBL Institute members only. If your company is a member of the RBL Institute click here to sign in. If your company in interested becoming a member of the RBL Institute, please contact Ginger Bitter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- RBL Institute Mini Forum
- Strategic HR
Posted on: Sep 17, 2008 - 07:36 AM
File Type: .pdf