"A Stochastic Model of Emergent Organizational Learning:
Organizational Culture as a Distributed Self-Representation" 1997

A Quick Look at Implications:
My research shows how organizational learning is deeply embedded in organizational culture. To learn, an organization needs to understand how to evolve its culture.

I propose a model of how organizational culture evolves, including implications for leadership and change management.

Specifically, change doesn't occur in individuals, but in groups. What people see enacted by groups and leaders not only reflects the culture, but recreates it continually.

This is especially important for leaders. Leadership is a reflection of the culture but also defines the essence of the culture, whether for good or bad.

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