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COMMITMENT TO CULTURAL CHANGE
Intangible though it might be, an organisation's culture is one of its most important assets. Business values and ethics, customer focus, management style, internal communications, staff attitudes, pride and empowerment; these and a lot more, shape the culture in a business.
However cultural shift cannot be ignored or neglected since a harmonised culture is the very bedrock on which any integrated supply network is based.
A commitment to cultural change, therefore is a very important constituent of the TEAM-
*for example see the legal case of Cadogan Estates Ltd v Morris, where Lord Justice Stuart-
All Corporate Cultures are Different
Although corporate culture can be changed there are many reasons why the change processes involved do not lend themselves to a prescriptive or 'one-
First of all, the very nature of corporate culture, characterised by its invisible omnipresence and deep entrenchment, means that it can't simply be traded in like a used car.
Organisational culture embraces a combination of the rational with the emotional and for every single company this 'corporate personality' is totally unique. All businesses are different, be it type, size, business model, history, location, management style, strategic goals, structure, resource base and time-