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Organizational Culture

Investigate leaders from New Zealand organisations practicing diversity or have a diverse workforce and analyze the major changes they have undergone in the past 5 years.

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This document explores the concept of organizational culture and its implications in an organization. It discusses topics such as power dynamics, the impact of new technology, conflict, and negotiation.

Organizational Culture

Investigate leaders from New Zealand organisations practicing diversity or have a diverse workforce and analyze the major changes they have undergone in the past 5 years.

   Added on 2022-12-15

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Organizational culture
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ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE 1
Contents
Introduction................................................................................................................................1
Power In organization................................................................................................................3
Implications of new technology.............................................................................................3
Conflict and Negotiation............................................................................................................4
Organizational culture................................................................................................................6
Air New Zealanders................................................................................................................6
Spark NZ................................................................................................................................6
2-degree..................................................................................................................................7
E. Organisational change...........................................................................................................7
Diversity, EEO, and Treaty of Waitangi....................................................................................8
Recommendation........................................................................................................................9
Tactics to influence.................................................................................................................9
Conflict resolution approaches.............................................................................................10
Strategies..............................................................................................................................10
Strategies to facilitate the change.........................................................................................11
EEO and diversity management practices............................................................................11
Conclusion................................................................................................................................12
Bibliography.............................................................................................................................13
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ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE 2
Introduction
The organization's environment moves according to its internal and external changes.
External elements involve new technology, legal laws competition, merger and acquisition,
and internal environment includes business culture, implement of new technology and
policies and skills of the workforce. It is important for the leaders how they manage the
implications of changes in both environments so that the workforce can easily adopt the
changes.
According to research, New Zealand faced major changes in their economy as its top
contributor has major changes. These top contributors are Air NZ, Spark, and 2 Degree.
Air New Zealand: Air NZ Ltd is the Flag carrier airline based in Auckland. The organization
operates scheduled passenger and cargo flight for around 20 domestic and approximately 31
international destinations which include Australia, NZ Europe, UK, US, and Asia (Howitt,
2010). Although there is no specific target audience yet in this digitalization world, the
organization is focusing on attracting online customer and attracting them by providing free
benefits for traveling.
Vision: To become a world class organization by delivering client, culture and
commercial excellence.
Culture diversity: The Company has a diverse workforce with diverse perspective,
culture; experience sexual orientation that reflects a diverse customer base that helps the
company to serve better operations (Alivizatou, 2016).
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ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE 3
Leader and workforce: Christopher Luxon- CEO, Jeff McDowell- Chief Financial
Officer, Jodie King- Chief people officer, Cam Wallace- Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Tod-
Chief Marketing Customer office.
Change: Implementing new technology of Drone to inspect the aircraft.
Spark NZ: The Company operated as a telecommunications industry. It provides
telephone services and internet service. The organization is a major ICT provider to local
business. The target audience of the company is young and middle age people with an
established career also young college and school student they usually use mobile phone and
internet (SPARK, 2019).
Vision: to become winning business to unleash the potential in people of New
Zealand.
Culture diversity: The Company has a diverse workforce to manage diversity the
company introduced agile transformation to reset the company’s culture and a push diversity
and inclusion (SPARK, 2019).
Leader and staff members
Leadership team: Simon Moutter is the CEO and managing director, David
Chalmers- Finance director, Melissa Anastasiou- General Counsel, Joe McCollum- HR
director, Jolie Hodson –Customer director, Mark Beder- Technology director, Matt Bain-
Marketing director, Tessa Tierney- product Director.
Change: Spark made a decision for the merger of its owned firm Rivera and CCL to
form IT and Cloud services.
2 Degree
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