Organizational Culture for Political Parties

What is Organizational Culture, and why is it important for political parties?

Organizational Culture for Political Parties

Political parties can easily overlook building an organizational culture characterized by integrity during a hectic electoral calendar. Parties that neglect to develop a robust organizational culture can become dysfunctional over time, leading to lower election results and high turnover rates among elected officials and staff. Most importantly, parties that do not exhibit integrity in practice will weaken the trust in political parties and other political institutions in the county.


It is, therefore, essential for political parties to develop the capacity how to identify harmful cultural practices and strategies for changing these. This training aims to provide insight into organizational cultural models and best practices, identify organizational cultural gains and gaps within individual parties, and provide tools for developing strategies for improving the culture within one's own party.


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