Organizational Culture, Transformation, and Change: FAQ

Georges Lteif

Georges Lteif

Software Engineer

Last Updated on August 22, 2022.
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1. Overview

In this article, we try to examine and answer the most common questions on organizational culture.

The ideas and concepts are derived from Edgar Schein‘s seminal work which can be found in his 1990 paper or fantastic book on Orgazniational Culture and Leadership.

2. Organizational Culture FAQ

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Stakeholder Analysis and Management

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Cost of Change — The Hidden Driver Behind Our Software Delivery Choices

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Software Architecture and Design — Order, Complexity, and Chaos

1. Overview Software architecture is one of those words we constantly throw around in our conversations without really having a precise definition in our minds. In its broadest sense, architecture refers to a coherent form or structure, typically in buildings, but what about software? Is there any coherence, tidiness, or order in a piece ofContinue reading “Software Architecture and Design — Order, Complexity, and Chaos”

Book Review: Six Thinking Hats

Synopsis In addition to his publications on lateral thinking, critical thinking, and creativity, the Six Thinking Hats, first published in 1985, is probably one of the best-known frameworks among Eduard de Bono‘s vast portfolio of new ideas. In this relatively short book, de Bono presents his new thinking framework and describes its premises, which we summariseContinue reading “Book Review: Six Thinking Hats”

Uncertainty, Randomness, and Risk: A Very Short Walkthrough

1. Overview Uncertainty, randomness, and risk are three common words we effortlessly use in our daily dialogues. While an intuitive understanding of such concepts is readily available, exploring them with rigour is always great before we use them in professional settings. This exploration is the objective of this article. 2. Table of Contents 3. UncertaintyContinue reading “Uncertainty, Randomness, and Risk: A Very Short Walkthrough”


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