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Leadership and Organizational Culture: Sustaining Dialogue between Practitioners and Scholars
Public Administration Review (2010)
  • Matt Dull, Virginia Tech
Abstract

Few topics in the study of contemporary public organizations better illustrate the burdens—and potential benefits—of sustaining dialogue between practitioners and scholars than the interplay between leadership, organizational culture, and public sector performance. Following two decades of intensive research and advocacy, the last 10 years have seen diminished scholarly attention to this subject, while efforts to shape culture remain central to the leadership of public organizations. h is essay reflects on the 8 Cs of organizational culture: complicated, control, competence, commitments, credibility, conflict, context, and change.

Keywords
  • organizational culture,
  • corporate culture
Publication Date
November, 2010
Citation Information
Matt Dull. "Leadership and Organizational Culture: Sustaining Dialogue between Practitioners and Scholars" Public Administration Review (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/matthew_dull/6/