Payne, Holly J.
November 2007
Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies;2007, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p23
Academic Journal
The article presents a case study on how organizational culture and climate affect new leaders in the educational institution of Kelsey High School. Major communication problems and barriers at the education institution are identified. The case study is aimed at teaching students about organization communication, organization behavior, introductory management, and leadership.


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