One of the most common requests we’ve receive in this area is for content to deliver a course in organizational culture skills.
This is why we are very excited to announce that you can now download our training materials.
With Oak Innovation, you get course manuals, guides and slides so that you can deliver this course as your own.
Upon completion of this course in organizational culture skills, your audience will be able to:
– Understand the relationship between culture and the organization.
– Understand the key characteristics of organizational culture.
– Identify different images of organizations.
– Isolate the cultural web.
– Appreciate structural perspectives.
– Understand the excellent organization.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided for this course in organizational culture skills.
What Is Organizational Culture – The course starts by discussing the differences between organizational culture and organizational climate. Next you can use the content to explore the characteristics of organizational culture.
Images – This section explores how images are often used to describe the culture that exists within organizations. Then, use the content to explore the cultural web and structural perspectives on organizational culture. The section ends by looking at different attributes of organizational culture.
Comparing Cultures – Use the content to discuss the Ouchi framework.
These training course materials to deliver a course in organizational culture skills consist of a 40-page customizable participant manual and 60 Powerpoint slides for easy delivery.
Also included are 14 expert training guides.
“The modules are certainly still proving useful. Every day I think of another use for them, they have come at just the right time, really excellent value for money – the complexity and depth in the materials mean we can mix and max powerpoint presentations to suit our audience’s levels and requirements.”
Action Development Group
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