Culture Change for a Sustainable Future: Strategy, Culture and Subculture in Queensland Health (2006–2009)

Abstract:
The project investigates the strategic change processes of a State Health authority. The organisation has launched a series of change efforts in recent years, the most current being a major strategic initiative that is being implemented via a Balanced Scorecard methodology. The project examines longitudinally that change implementation process and its affects, particularly the impact on organisational culture. Theoretically, it explores the existence of organisational subcultures and how they function as a resource by organisational members to make differential interpretations of the change process. It focuses on subcultures formed around professional identifications and the extent to which they align with the change.
Grant type:
ARC Linkage Projects
Researchers:
Funded by:
Australian Research Council