Early bird rate ends April 30th 2014.
Orthodox management literature contains many of the same assumptions about organisational culture: that changes in culture can be linked to organisational success and improvement; that culture is a mixture of the tangible (rules, behaviour, rewards) and the intangible (symbols); that culture can exist in an organisation and in sub-units within an organisation; that it can be ‘diagnosed’ and changed, perhaps with an ‘n’ step programme moving from existing to preferred cultures; that it is often precipitated by a leader having an inspiring vision.
For a discussion of alternatives from a complexity perspective come to the Complexity and Management Conference.
The key note speaker is Professor Ralph Stacey, one of the world’s leading scholars on complexity and management.
There will be lots of opportunity for lively discussion throughout the weekend.
Conference fees include all board and accommodation from 7pm Friday 6th to lunchtime Sunday 8th June. Book here.