Building a High-Performance Culture Using Organizational Archaeology™

Mark N. Clemente, Writer & Communication Consultant

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9 Lessons (42m)
    • 1. Optimizing Corporate Culture Through Organizational Archaeology

      5:05
    • 2. A Research-Based Planning Approach

      3:58
    • 3. The 3 Categories of Artifacts: An Overview

      3:37
    • 4. Social Culture and Artifacts

      6:28
    • 5. Material Culture and Artifacts

      5:19
    • 6. Ideological Culture and Artifacts

      5:04
    • 7. The Core Communication Components of Culture

      4:39
    • 8. Applying Organizational Archaeology for Culture Analysis and Management

      4:45
    • 9. Conclusion & Discussion Class Project

      3:19
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2 of 2 students recommend this class
This is a really focused and methodical approach to what can otherwise be described as 'fuzzy' topic of corporate cultural. I love how it draws parallel from archaeology and uses artifacts as its primary focus. If you're on a journey to transform your organization's culture, or even if you merely want to understand it, I highly recommend this class! Knowledge itself isn't power. Shared knowledge is. Thanks!