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Merger discussion[edit]

Managing Organisational Culture and Change[edit]

I was unable to find an article that covers managing culture and change in an organisation and explains its important and how difficult it is to change culture. Any suggestions on an article that covers this topic?

If not, would it be useful to create an article that explains managing organisational culture and change and has quotes like the ones below?

The most frequently cited reason for failure was neglecting to address organisational culture (Cameron 1997) <ref>Cameron, Kim S. “Techniques for Making Organizations Effective: Some Popular Approaches.” In Daniel Druckman, Jerome E. Singer, and Harold Van Cott (eds.), Enhancing Organizational Performance. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press, 1997</ref>

“70% of all major change efforts fail” - Dr. John Kotter, 1995 <ref>Kotter’s 8 step Organisational Change Model http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxtF4OXzhyI</ref>


“Culture influences leadership style more than any other factor” - Harvard Business Review, 2005 <ref>http://seekerville.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/guest-blogger-roseanna-m-white-writing.html</ref>

Debt settlement[edit]

Debt settlement has received a lot of editing from an editor with a conflict of interest, but they have also said the previous stable version was non-neutral in a different direction. Some expert help would be appreciated if anyone's interested in sorting this out. -- Beland (talk) 03:17, 20 June 2020 (UTC)

CAT:NN[edit]

There are about 2000 articles in CAT:NN on organisations, and 5000 on companies some having been waiting almost 12 years. This links to them: [1] [2]. If anyone from this wikiproject could help, we'd be extremely grateful. Thanks, Boleyn (talk) 14:57, 6 July 2020 (UTC)

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DMAIC Article "Flavors" Removal[edit]

The first thing is the pronounciation.. There is seemingly much flavor in region and person. It ranges from de, də, dah, duh at the beginning to ma-ik and may-ik at the end. I personally think that the "y" (may-ik)is more of a local flavor than the ma-ik - which is how at least i hear it most often. "may" is pretty much US/UK only.

second: "measure the specification of (a) problem/goal" sounds again quite US like as well, since they have a tendency to omit the "a". once more in "The purpose of this step is to identify, validate and select (a) root cause for elimination." Or use the plural..

Under improve the "create" step could use some more context.. Wikipedia should help people seeking quick answers, it is not for well versed veterans..

"Replicate and thank the teams" This does not belong into a discriptive article, at least not in this form.

It might be viable if written as "Additional Steps: It is a sign of respect towards the involved parties to thank them for their participation and contribution. Additionally the DMAIC analysis results can be translated into other fields or used as an examplary case."

Is it is written now it looks like a copy paste from a 5cent advertisement brochure laying around in an employment office...

212.64.228.98 (talk) 10:16, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

(Extra-)low-voltage wiring, from more than a technical perspective[edit]

FYI: Pointer to relevant discussion elsewhere.

Please see Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Electrical engineering#Missing section or article: (extra-)low-voltage wiring, from more than a technical perspective.

Mentioning it here as it involves business technology like VDV (voice, data, and video) cabling information (and where to put it).  — SMcCandlish ¢ 😼  03:48, 4 August 2020 (UTC)

Discussion on branding slogan[edit]

I have started a discussion on an article covering a branding slogan and campaign for a Canadian company. Comments are welcome. isaacl (talk) 19:40, 16 August 2020 (UTC)

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Aryanization compared to Affirmative action[edit]

Zezen[3] and GizzyCatBella[4] are comparing the anti-racist Affirmative action policy to the Nazi policy of Aryanization. This is deplorable, and Wikipedia should stop this! Wikipedia:TALKOFFTOPIC

Draft:Mansfield Rule - is it notable? If so it needs a rewrite[edit]

This topic looks like it might be notable, but the submission as-is is too promotional for my taste. Plus, I had to remove some copyrighted material.

If anyone familiar with the subject wants look at this and reject it outright as "yeah, I know what it is and I know it is not notable enough for Wikipedia" or "yeah I know what this is and it is notable enough" that would be helpful. Just add an {{afc comment}} right above the most recent comment on the page and ping me. If you know it is notable and want to improve it enough to reach Wikipedia standards, please do so. davidwr/(talk)/(contribs) 20:42, 26 September 2020 (UTC)