|Title:||Clarifying Organizational Values|
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|Category:||Processes and Infrastructure|
|Publisher:||Gower Pub Co (November 1, 1990)|
Author : Mike Woodcock,Dave Francis. Publisher : Gower Publishing Ltd. Book Price. R.,788 on (FREE Delivery) R.,878 kart ( Rs. 100 Shipping Charges).
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Team Development Manual by. Mike Woodcock. Audits for Organizational Effectiveness by. Dave Francis, Mike Woodcock.
Dr Mike Woodcock is Chairman of the Challenge Group, founder of the University Associates International Ltd, and a lifetime entrepreneur. For 10 years he was a Member of Parliament in the UK where he served on the influential Trade and Industry and Home Affairs Select Committees. A Fellow of the International Management Centre, he has been Visiting Professor at the University of Lancaster and Visiting Fellow at the Leeds Business School.
Identifying organizational values is a critical step since such values influence directly how people behave. Organizations are comprised ofindividuals with unique ideas, beliefs, attitudes and perceptions which collectively comprise the members’ values. Rokeach (1973, p. 5) defines a value as: Strategic planning is defined as a process that gives attention to a) designing, b) implementing, and c) monitoring plans for improving decision making.
Here’s what you’re after: Three to four words or short phrases (five words or less) that you can use as verbal pegs to cluster or summarize many of the related values at the top of your values hierarchy. Looking at the past respects and builds on your organization’s heritage, successes, and strengths. It helps to turn resistance to change into confidence and energy for facing the future. To look at future values, you’re examining the underside of your team or organization’s vision.
PDF Organizational values have recently been gaining increasing importance, which is also seen in the fact that they are commonly referred to as organizational foundations. This paper addresses the issue of communicating organizational values in managerial communication. Their crucial role in. business was already clearly revealed in the late 1980s by Woodcock and. Francis (1989), who depicted an organization without values as a house built on. weak foundations that will eventually fall down.
We can define culture therefore as the way a human group thinks, feels, or reacts. It manifests itself in festivities, ways of raising children, laws of behavior, and ways of doing business, and constitutes the distinctive features of a group of humans in terms of nations, communities or business. Clarifying organizational values. Brookfield, VT: Gower.
Warner, M. (1981), & consequences'', Journal of General Management, Vol. 7 No. 1, pp. 75-8. Woodcock, M. and Francis, D. (1989), Clarifying Organizational Values, Gower Publishing, Aldershot.