Cultuur Doe Je Zelf
Wat kan er beter in je organisatie? Wat de doelen of problemen ook zijn: als je niet wilt dat organisatiecultuur tegen je organisatie werkt – ontwikkel dan een cultuur die succes stimuleert. Zeker als je snel moet schakelen, bijvoorbeeld door de corona-crisis of andere ontwikkelingen.
Gebaseerd op het gevalideerde Concurrerende Waarden Model van Cameron & Quinn, laat dit boek zien hoe je cultuur concreet maakt én verbetert via gedrag. Cultuur doe je zelf: dagelijks, als leidinggevende, maar ook als teamlid en als organisatie samen. Dit praktische doe-boek helpt je daarbij.
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Positieve Cultuur Doe Je Samen
Developing a Positive Culture where People and Performance Thrive
Developing a Positive Culture
Marcella does an excellent job of explaining the key elements of organizational culture and how to make it more positive. She has produced among the most comprehensive and useful descriptions of approaches to culture diagnosis and change that have been published. An important strength of this book is its breadth in referencing and clearly explaining a wide variety of approaches to influencing culture and implementing positive practices.
From neuroscience to social movements, from interpersonal response types to meeting agendas, from liberating structures to types of positive questions: this diversity serves to provide leaders, consultants, and change agents with multiple alternatives for influencing a positive organizational culture.
I would highly recommend this training to all individuals who take pride in presenting themselves as change agents and who want to make a contribution to society by helping organizations get to the next level.
Unleash your Organization in Circles of 10
Organizational Culture Change
Organizational Culture Change
In getting myself educated on the complex topic of Culture, one of the first books I read was “Organizational Culture Change” by Marcella Bremer. It was and still is one of the BEST pieces on this topic. I strongly recommend this book to anyone (and especially the C Suite) astute enough to know that “something has to change around here”.
During my 40 year “corporate career”, I experienced eight different corporate cultures, ranging from toxic to negative to empowering. I wish I had read Marcella’s book about 35 years ago – unfortunately about 30 years before she wrote it.
Michael Wolf, Principal Consultant CulturLogix
Culture change has always been a topic like psychology – people know of it and respect it, but often feel it’s too risky to fix themselves. With this new book, Bremer gives us a practical guide, like a cook book, for successfully creating the exact culture an organization needs to be as successful as it can be. I highly recommend this book!
Jeffrey Levy , President Janusian Insights
Marcella’s book has captured the true essence of managing and driving sustainable culture change for all areas of a company’s life cycle. It’s insightful and written in a way that practioner’s can understand and apply. And since it’s theoretical framework has credibility and validity, one doesn’t need to wonder if it will work. Thanks for the great read Marcella!
Jill Hagist MBA, Management consultant Pivotal Resources Group and Adjunct Faculty, University of Phoenix
This in an excellent book with an unusual achievement: solid foundations and logic together with practical implications, all in one. The book is packed with ideas and ‘applications’ and in every page there is something not just to read but to reflect and imagine ‘the translation’ in a particular organizational challenge. There is a very solid model behind, of course, but one could read and learn ‘above and beyond the particular model’. Many people interested Employee Engagement will also find the book very useful and hopefully will draw conclusions about the need to switch to a bottom-up, grass roots, small groups, activism model as we orchestrate in our Viral Change™ programmes. I am sure there will be a second and third edition and most likely a great deal of conversations triggered by this excellent piece of work.
Leandro Herrero MD MBA FCMI FIoD FRSA, CEO, The Chalfont Project Ltd and Viral Change™ Global L.L.P
An easy to read, pragmatic book with best practices, business cases and an interesting overview of culture profiles from industry groups all over the world from the OCAI online database. This book focuses on the power of human behaviors in the workplace – a viewpoint that goes easily unnoticed in our (too) busy days at work. Even when you’re not a change consultant or manager, it may help gain awareness to notice the behaviors that make the difference. In my opinion this book can be used for many fields of work, including health care.
Jacob J. Ennema, M.D., Ph.D., Ennema Medical Consultancy
“Organizational culture Change” is a highly readable book on culture change within organizations. It provides a pragmatic structure with which managers and consultants can start from scratch. The book is well illustrated with case examples and a fascinating topic on the 21st century workplace. Written from the heart, it should be read by any professional in organizational culture and change management.
Frank Vogt, MBA Msc.