8 edition of Aligning organizational subcultures for competitive advantage found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Willie E. Hopkins, Shirley A. Hopkins, Paul Mallette.|
|Contributions||Hopkins, Shirley A., Mallette, Paul.|
|LC Classifications||HD58.7 .H647 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005013785|
Aligning organizational subcultures for competitive advantage: a strategic change approach Aligning strategic performance measures and results Aligning strategy and sales: the choices, systems, and behaviors that drive effective selling. Organizational change capability will be a competitive advantage No matter how cliché, change seems to be the only constant. Organization’s must be able to anticipate, respond to and react to various change catalysts to move their organization forward and be in the best position to succeed.
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It addresses two important issues that have largely been ignored. First, it focuses on organizational culture at the micro-level, and second, it provides reasons and methodologies for aligning organizational subcultures. "Aligning Organizational Subcultures for Competitive Advantage takes a hard look at the subcultures within modern corporations, and demonstrates how reconciling differences among them produces a corporate culture that gives organizations.
Aligning Organizational Subcultures For Competitive Advantage: A Strategic Change Approach (New Perspectives in Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change) Mallette, Paul,Hopkins, Shirley A.,Hopkins, Willie E.
Aligning Organizational Subcultures for Competitive Advantage also brings together current research with direct applications to the task of aligning organizational subcultures and provides a wealth of practical advice for the manager who seeks a clear, workable understanding of this important topic.
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Request This. Author Hopkins, Willie Edward. Title Aligning organizational subcultures for competitive advantage: a strategic change approach / Willie E. Hopkins, Shirley A. Hopkins, Paul Mallette. Format Book Published New York: Basic Books, c The Policies That Affect the Extent of the Subcultures' Alignment in Organization Author: Suela GERDHE, Faculty of Economy, applications to the task of aligning organizational subcultures.
Management can restrict an organization’s capacity to create and sustain a competitive advantage. So, the subcultures must be aligned, if. When designing an organizational structure management should take necessary actions to decrease the disadvantages of the chosen structure.
Nowadays, many companies are based on mix of these structures. Whatever structure is chosen, management has to make sure that it supports organization’s strategy and can be used as competitive advantage. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
This study examines the differential impact of an alignment of organizational culture and business strategy through which inducement-HR and involvement-HR. An organization’s culture (often comprised of numerous subcultures as well) determines the organization’s behavior more than the organization’s strategy or structure.
Yet it is the one element of organizational life that we are least likely to. DDI further states, “To turn strategy into reality, leaders must be able to translate business strategy into action, align organizational capability, and leverage organizational systems.” (pg.
Once you determine the need for aligning your organizational structure to your strategy, your leadership will be the key to effective change. Aligning organization culture with strategy The discipline of market leaders classifies organizations into broadly three value disciplines – customer intimacy, product leadership and operational.
the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire (OCQ) by Mowday, Steers, and Porter (). Data were analyzed by means of oneway ANOVA to determine differences between the three custodial groups in their perceptions about behavioral norms, shared values, andCited by: 2. Aligning Culture with Human Resource Strategies Derek Crews Scherron Richard Texas Woman’s University have suggested that to improve firm performance and create firm competitive advantage, HR must focus on a new set of priorities.
call for future research to explore the role of organizational subcultures to better understand why File Size: 43KB. Start studying Chapter 2: Organizational Strategy, Competitive Advantage, and Information Systems. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
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Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. HBS Working Knowledge: Business Research for Business Leaders. Subcultures form when a group of people within an organization share a common problem or experience that is unique to them.
Some of the areas of .Aligning organizational subcultures for competitive advantage: a strategic change approach / by: Hopkins, Willie Edward. Published: () Creating organizational soul: the source of positive change and transformation / by: Bellingham, Richard.A tight strategy-culture alignment facilitates building core competencies and distinctive competencies that lead to low operating costs and a cost-based competitive advantage.
B. When a company's present work climate promotes attitudes and behaviors that are well suited to first-rate strategy execution, its culture functions as a valuable ally.