As a general comment, organizational cultures do not change until the organizations collapse, the leaders die or retire, and a new generation with new internal values derived from external reality is empowered. Installed leaders will always go for what they learned 20 years earlier, doing the wrong thing righter. It is a very rare leader that empowers and protects their “Wild Ducks” to achieve revolutionary change among static mind-sets.
Charles Hampden-Turner, Radical Man: The Process of Psycho-Social Development (Doubleday, 1971)
Gifford Pinchot, End of Bureaucracy and the Rise of the Intelligent Organization (Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1993)
Robert Carkhuff, The Exemplar: The Exemplary Performer in the Age of Productivity (Human Resource Development Press, 1984)
Wilensky, Organizational Intelligence: Knowledge and Policy in Government and Industry (Basic Books, 1967)