A Longitudinal Study of the Evolution of Organizational Values of Ohio State University Extension Educators
A 2001 replication of a 1991 study investigated the evolution of OSU Extension organizational values. For almost a decade, the 1991 values were used by administrators for decision making and policy development. The authors used a census and Values Questionnaire to collect data. The authors identified 10 of the 12 original organizational values as current OSU Extension organizational values. The strength and stability of its organizational values may be both a source of continuity for OSU Extension during times of rapid social and fiscal change, as well as a source of frustration for leaders seeking to reshape the organization's culture.
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Safrit, R., Conklin, N. L., & Jones, J. M. (2003). A Longitudinal Study of the Evolution of Organizational Values of Ohio State University Extension Educators. The Journal of Extension, 41(5), Article 8. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol41/iss5/8