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The African corporate culture: an obstacle to effective strategic planning in Ghanaian university libraries

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Cultural practices are defined in the context of this paper as being the way things are done in an organisation. Aspects of cultural practices that may affect strategic planning are explored in a study of stakeholders of five Ghanaian university libraries and two senior civil servants. Points discussed include organisational values and beliefs, tribalism and organisational behaviour.
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Keywords: Academic Libraries; Corporate Culture; Ghana; Management; Strategic Planning

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: May 9, 2001

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