• Political Science
  • Published 2002

An exploration into the relationship between managers' personal values and their interpretation of their organisation's corporate values

@inproceedings{Bourne2002AnEI,
  title={An exploration into the relationship between managers' personal values and their interpretation of their organisation's corporate values},
  author={Humphrey Bourne},
  year={2002}
}
The predominant assumption in the management literature is that corporate values are internalised into organisational members' personal value systems. Corporate values, viewed in this way, perform a controlling role in organisations, consistent with the characteristics of a deliberate strategy perspective. Theories concerning the nature of personal values challenge this assumption of corporate value internalisation. However, there is a lack of empirical research in the management field… CONTINUE READING

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