This text challenges beliefs about organizational identity, reputation, and branding. It contains a wealth of new ideas for finding the elusive answers to questions troubling contemporary organizations. How does an organization create a strong reputation? What are the implications of corporate branding on organizational structures and processes? How do organizations discover their identities? These are some of the vexing problems addressed in this book by a diverse international team of contributors. According to the authors, the future lies with "the expressive organization". Such organizations not only understand their distinct identity and their brands, but are also able to express these externally and internally. In order to thrive in an era of transparency and customer choice, the authors argue, organizations will have to be expressive. This book is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of management, business strategy, accounting, marketing, and communication studies; MBA students; Managers and consultants.
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Number of pages||292|
|ISBN (Print)||0198297793, 9780198297796|
|Publication status||Published - 2000|