Who Hired That Person?

Roberts, Ken; Wood, Daphne
December 2011
Feliciter;2011, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p216
In this article the authors discuss organizational culture, focusing on issues pertaining to underachieving and unmotivated employees. They argue that organization leaders are responsible for initiating change in culture not only to new hires, but also experienced staff, in order to adjust expectations and performance in a professional setting. They also comment on physicist Isaac Newton's three laws of motion as a metaphor for change in organizations.


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