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Resources on organizational culture, particularly as it relates to organizational transformation and change

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Organizational Culture

 

Author Mark Miller defines Organizational Culture as "the sum of the habits of the people within a group".  How can a culture be cultivated that would serve to promote or assist in organizational transformation and change - particularly within the context of state transportation agency?  Resources in this LibGuide have been gathered to examine Organizational Culture in the following categories:

  • Agents of change and transformation
  • Specific to the public sector, transportation, and/or construction
  • How culture affects the performance, project development process, and effectiveness of an organization

A separate page lists published books and e-books available on the topic.  Resources were gathered from a variety of search databases, including ScienceDirect, EbscoHost, Gale, Google Scholar, TRID, Books 24/7, ASCE library, and OCLC library database.

 

 

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