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When Rich Lyons became dean in 2008, he didn’t intend to lead a sweeping culture initiative at Haas. He knew he wanted to develop a strategic plan for the school. And from his previous industry experience, Lyons saw firsthand the power of competing on culture. Fortunately, he could tap one of the nation’s foremost experts on company culture right from Haas’ own faculty: Management of Organizations Professor Jenny Chatman, who was instrumental in the school’s culture initiative.
While PC behavior is generally thought to threaten the free expression of ideas, Professor Jennifer Chatman of the Haas School’s Management of Organizations Group and her co-authors found that positioning such PC norms as the office standard provides a layer of safety in the workplace that fosters creativity. - See more at: http://newsroom.haas.berkeley.edu/research-news/political-correctness-diverse-workplace-fosters-creativity#sthash.EWlktQit.dpuf
Changing company culture is easier than managers believe and can have a rapid impact on the bottom line, Prof. Jennifer Chatman shows in a case study in the California Management Review.
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