How healthy is your organization?
In today’s stressful work environment, organizations can be crippled not only by product failures or dramatic market shifts but by internal demons. Typical problems include distrust, lack of communication, territoriality, and other negative qualities that can fester below the surface and ultimately sap the organization’s vitality. But according to these experts in organizational […]
dynamics, it doesn’t have to be that way. In truly strong organizations, employees experience joy in performing their tasks and give their utmost to add value and help achieve organizational goals. This provocative book shows how organizations can uncover negative influences in the corporate culture root them out, and prosper with newly committed, energized employees.
Your will learn how to:
- Understand the causes of negative behavior
- Identify the symptoms of corporate “disease”
- Measure the impact of these symptoms
- Treat problems
- Create change – for the better.
As the authors argue, sustainable profitability, over the long term, is a function of achieving a balance among financial objectives, customer demands, and employee needs. Through numerous examples, case studies, and diagnostic exercises, the authors show managers and employees, as well as students and researchers of organizational behavior, how to identify the sources of organizational disease and focus on promoting a positive, inclusive culture. The end result? Profitability, better employee retention, and a company that’s fun to work for.
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"While expanding abroad, Béres Gyógyszergyár (Béres Pharmaceuticals) had to discover that cooperating with foreign cultures and management styles can bring up a vast array of unforeseen difficulties which can significantly hinder operation and management, but also the bilateral transfer of knowledge. We have learnt valuable lesson from Concordia’s corporate diagnosis. It unearthed problems which made it clear on both sides just where we needed to change, so that our common efforts yield positive results instead of tensions."