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Dont rely on information technology to change corporate culture

With electronic productivity and communications tools now ubiquitous, organizations of all types are eager to harness their potential to promote more effective communication and collaboration among workers. While these new capabilities have an important role in organizations, the belief that technology by itself can be used to modify the culture and behavior of an org......

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These facts make you wonder whether the company is pushing employees so hard to perform that some are resorting to unethical and illegal behavior to make their numbers. The CIOs statement t......

Full article >>> ant, but they should be balanced by a focus on group objectives and shared interests. Popular practices like forced rankinga performance management system that rewards people based on how they do compared to others in the company, internal competitions for new product development or hitting sales targets and CEO succession bake-offs make it easy for workers to rationalize and excuse selfish behavi......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 11/02/04


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