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Role of Organizational Culture in Organizational Change: A Conceptual Framework

XIBA Business Review

Volume 2 Issue 2

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: Casely Sneha, C. Maria Rex Sugirtha | Author(s) Affiliation: Asst Prof, Xavier Inst of Business Administration, St. Xavier’s College, Tamil Nadu, India
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This study focuses on the role of culture in organizational change by which organizations respond to the dynamism of business environment. Organizational culture is a powerful force that influences and drives the collective norms of people who work within an organization. Organizational culture is, an essential enabler of change, an under-exploited change prospect. Though organizational culture is a double-edged sword, a culture that is well aligned with the organizations interest would enable the organization to be proactive in adopting change. But, a misaligned culture can be an overwhelming obstacle to change through amplifying strong but counterproductive beliefs and behaviors that are not in line with the organizations interests. The purpose of this study is to explore the need and importance of organizational culture, organizational change and the role of organizational culture in change.

Keywords: Culture, Change and Organization

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