MOS180.Chapter 10 Notes

MOS180.Chapter 10 Notes - Chapter 10 Notes Organizational...

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Chapter 10 Notes Organizational Culture- the pattern of shared values, beliefs, and assumptions  considered to be the appropriate way to think and act within an organization -shared by all members -helps members solve and understand things -taught to newcomers -strongly influence how people feel and behave Artifacts -aspects of an organization’s culture that you see, hear, feel   Beliefs -the understandings of how objects and ideas relate to each other Values -the stable, long-lasting beliefs about what is important Assumptions -the taken-for-granted notions of how something should be Characteristics of Culture Innovation and risk-taking Attention to detail Outcome orientation People orientation Team orientation Aggressiveness Stability Culture’s Function -boundary defining role (creates distinction -conveys a sense of identity -creates commitment  -enhances stability -serves as a control mechanism that guides and shapes attitude
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