April 25th 2018
What is Organisational Culture and Why Should we Care?
Are you looking to reshape the culture in your organisation? Access the presentation from CRF's masterclass held in partnership with IMD Business School to undestand the mechanisms behind culture change and to help any HR professional tasked with the challenge of organisational culture change to achieve results quicker.
In this presentation from John Weeks, Professor of Leadership and Organizational Behavior at IMD, learn:
- how culture is formed and developed
- how to facilitate culture change
- the change checklist that will help you implement a culture change programme more effectively.
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