A Framework for Achieving Organizational Culture Change
PublisherLibrary Leadership & Management
Organizational culture change is difficult to achieve, particularly so when efforts are not systematic and planned with the end in mind. Based on experience, the authors outline a six-step framework for achieving sustained organizational culture change. Examples and outcomes from the decade-long strategic and organizational change experience at the University Library at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, are referred to within each step of the framework. The framework provides a successful model for library leaders to adopt when implementing organizational change, particularly when a shift to the organization’s culture is also desired.
CitationMierke, Jill and Vicki Williamson. 2017. A Framework for Achieving Organizational Culture Change. Library Leadership & Management, Vol. 31, No. 2.
strategic human resources
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