Employing Katzenbach Strategies in Managing Organization Changes in a Private Higher Education Institution

Marham Jupri Hadi, Baiq Salkiah

Abstract

Katzenbach postulates five principles in managing the organizational changes. Katzenbach‘s strategy are derived from their study on a number of global enterprises like Apple, Microsoft etc. which have successfully reached their peak performance. Further, Katzenbach found that those companies could achieve such higher performance, better customer focus, and more coherent and ethical stance by following these principles.  More importantly, they highlight that these business organizations view culture as an accelerator of change, not a hindrance. In other words, culture is seen as a competitive advantage. This paper discusses how this strategy can assist leaders in an Indonesian private university to manage an organizational change that currently happens

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Management, Organization Changes, Private University, Katzenbach

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