The Berkeley-Haas School of Business: Codifying, Embedding, and Sustaining Culture

by Jennifer A. Chatman, Richard K. Lyons

The Berkeley-Haas School of Business: Codifying, Embedding, and Sustaining Culture
The Berkeley-Haas School of Business case study outlines the history of Dean Rich Lyons' culture efforts. The case discusses the challenges the dean faced as well as future challenges to sustain the culture after the dean steps down at the end of the 2017/2018 school year.

Learning Objectives

To teach students about culture efforts and the challenges different organizations might face, depending on their context and industry, as well as long-term sustainability of cultures and culture efforts during a leadership transition.

Details

Pub Date: Mar 31, 2019

Discipline: Organizational Behavior

Subjects: Organizational values, Organizational culture, Organizational change, Organizational transformations, Leadership transitions

Product #: B5932-PDF-ENG

Industry: Academic administration,Business education

Geography: United States, California

Length: 11 page(s)


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Berkeley Haas Case Series The Berkeley Haas Case Series is a collection of business case studies written by faculty members at the Haas School of Business. Cases are conceived, developed, written, and published throughout the year, on subjects ranging from entrepreneurship and strategy to finance and marketing. Each case includes a teaching note for use in the classroom.

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