Lectures
Lecture: Organizational Culture
Updated: 2016-09-01


Lecturer: Timothy Ziegler

Time:19:00-21:00

          on Sat., 12th, Dec, 2015.

Place: Room 101, College of Humanities


Lecturer Information:

Mr. Ziegler has been to China more than a dozen times. He worked in China and Southeast Asia ten years ago as a regional director for a number of international companies. Currently, he works primarily on business and career counseling, and he is proud to be a Chief Enthusiasm Officer (CEO) Of Life Experience Skills & Services is More (LESS is More) LLC .

Main Content:

In this lecture, Mr. Ziegler will introduce the concepts and importance of organizational culture, and acquaint students with how organizational culture will be important to their professional life. Based on his own 40-year work experience, Mr. Ziegler will discuss how our study of Humanities can help us understand and assess organizational cultures and our ability to fit in and flourish.  


References:

1. “Why it’s time to forget the pecking order at work” Margaret Heffernan’s May 2015 Ted Talk

2. “Gung Ho! Turn On The People in Any Organization” by Ken Blanchard & Sheldon Bowles

3. “Fish, Fish Tales; Fish Sticks; & Fish for Life” four books by Stephen C. Lundin, PH.D., Harry Paul, and John Christensen

4. “ The Servant A Simple Story About The True Essence of Leadership” by James C. Hunter

5. “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team A Leadership Fable ” by Patrick Lencioni

6. “Strength Finder 2.0” by Tom Rath

  


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