Below are books that can be useful in the management of change and culture within an organization.
Kotter, John P. “Leading Change”
Kotter addresses the role of leadership in crafting and executing strategy. He emphasizes the need for the leadership to make change happen. Kotter provides a road map (an eight stage process) to the crafting and execution of strategy. The book is limited by its case study approach.
Schein, Edgar H. “The Corporate Culture Survival Guide”
Schein is the recognized corporate culture guru. He addresses the questions: What is corporate culture? How can I assess it? How can I change it? His book is a terrific intro to the subject of corporate culture.
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