Managing Cultural Change Term Paper by Nicky

Managing Cultural Change
An examination of managing cultural change in today's organization.
# 148228 | 875 words | 2 sources | APA | 2011 | US
Published on Oct 03, 2011 in Business (Management)


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Description:

The paper looks at the leadership tool of 'Management by Values' or 'MBV', its three specific purposes, and how it can be utilized in the redesign of corporate cultures. The paper shows how such methods of managing change that are less destructive or disruptive such as MBV will likely serve an organization effectively.

Outline:
Introduction
Managing By Values (MBV)
MBV - Three Specific Purposes
Summary and Conclusion

From the Paper:

"Many theories exist by which to explain change within the organization. For example, the work of Eric Abrahamson (2004) entitled: "Managing Change in a World of Excessive Change: Counterbalancing Creative Destruction and Creative Recombination" states that those who advocate for "revolutionary change" support change that effectively "destroys, in one short burst, all the past structures of an organization. The stated goal is to create organizations afresh, freed from the cold grip of the past." (Abrahamson, 2004) Those who support 'evolutionary change' are stated by Abrahamson to prefer "...a kinder, gentler form of creative destruction, a slower, more gradual, series of smaller changes that incrementally destroy existing practices and replace them, progressively, with newly created ones." (2004) Finally, Abrahamson states that still others state recommendations for each of these, evolutionary and revolutionary change alternating between the two and in which "...paradigm-busting bursts of revolutionary creative destruction are followed by periods of evolutionary adjustments, which way to another revolutionary outburst." (Abrahamson, 2004)"

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Dolan, Shimon L. and Garcia, Salvador (2008) Managing By Values In The Next Millennium: Cultural Redesign for Strategic Organizational Change. Journal of Economics. Based on: based on two recent books written by the authors in Spanish and French respectively: Garcia S. Dolan S.L. (1997 : Ladireccion por valores. Madrid, McGraw Hill; Dolan S.L., Garcia S. (1999) : Gestion par valeurs, Montreal, Editions Nouvelles. 2 Visiting Professor , Dept. of Economics and Business Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, SPAIN
  • Abrahamson, Eric (2004) Managing Change in a World of Excessive Change: Counterbalancing Creative Destruction and Creative Combination. Ivey Business Journal Jan/Feb 2004.

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